Believe it or not, Spike hasn’t been around with us forever, although it seems like that most days. Spike came to us via one of the Little Women of Worsham Street – one who shall remain nameless to protect the guilty.
The Pack Before Spike
The Red Man, Paw Licker Annie,
Smokey Lonesome Ollie, Tennis Ball Obsessed Chelsea
Relaxing at Casa de Canterbury
in the good old days
Get me outta here Percy.
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You are very silly! Happy B&W Sunday!
You are right – Happy B & W Sunday to you, too!! 🙂
Nice pictures. Looks like a great place to relax! New follower of your blog! Come by and see us over at Walks With Rama!
Will do, and thanks so much for following us!! 🙂
We are in love with these shots of dogs being dogs. Just wonderful! Ma reminded me that we discovered you Red right about the time Spike came on the scene. It’s been a great friendship ever since. May all you dogs and peeps live a long and happy life. No more sadness!!! Well, we can wish can’t we?
Oh, and Ma loved the card. Thank you so much. She celebrates for the entire month of August, so you can never be late!! 🙂
Dear Poppy and Cassie P,
So you all have been with us since Spike came on the scene – that’s funny because our first memories are when YOU came on the scene with your Ma! The Red Man was enamored with your puppy pictures and then with the fun of Cassie P, too. I suppose you’d have to say we all lucked out with our homes and our friends, too!
Life is good at Casa de Canterbury and on the Sunnyside in Pennsylvania…:)
Paw Snaps and Twirls to you girls and your Ma, too!
The Red Man
Looks like a relaxing Sunday. ENJOY! Golden Woofs
Thanks so much for hopping over! Have a great week…:)
I’d love to be part of that pack – you all look SO relaxed 😀
You ARE a part of our cyberspace pack, Favorite Australian Author Dianne Gray!! Maybe one day we will all be that relaxed for real…we love you and your home in Australia!! 🙂
Red Man, what the heck happened last night? My humans poured a little wine, sat down in front of the television, and got all revved up when they heard that rooster crow . . . and then the kickoff happened and everything went to pot. The humans were stunned into silence, and that doesn’t happen very often. Now Mommy’s all worried about the LSU game. She thinks the Gamecocks’ stinker of a performance is some sort of a sign of some sort of football gris gris (that’s Louisiana for curse) that’s going to affect her precious Tigers too. Here’s hoping Mr. Coach Les Miles–the red-headed one–shows that South Carolina game to our Tigers on the flight to Houston to make a point. Otherwise, I’m afraid that you and I can both kiss this football season goodbye. Condolences to you and Pretty and Slow and the gang. Please keep your paws crossed for the Tigers Saturday night.
Oh, Miss Harper Lee, woe is me today with Slow and Pretty. Pretty is so upset she can’t even discuss the fall, and Slow won’t shut up about it. She keeps muttering around the house 52 to 28, 52 to 28 like if she just keeps on saying it, the numbers will magically reverse. She’s a pathetic sight today. 😦
Don’t despair, however, because we hold high hopes for our LSU brethren against Wisconsin this weekend and will be watching with all paws on deck to get rid of football gris gris remainders from last night. Go Tigers!!!!!
All paws will be crossed for sure!!!
Oh Miss Harper Lee, your LSU Tigers had us all in a tizzy last night at Casa de Canterbury, and I must confess we drifted off before the game was finished because Pretty had to be at work early this a.m. at the Mast General Store. I’m afraid we lost hope. 😦 Only to be wondrously surprised that the Red Headed Coach had worked a miracle in Houston and the purple and gold were victorious!!!! Your mommy and daddy must still be recovering this a.m. from the 4th qtr good fortunes!! Celebrate the good times and huge congrats!! 🙂