Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Lessons learned from the school of hard knocks








What? You don't trust me?

20 comments:

  1. Now that is too cute ... Deets is one smart fella, remembering only too well what has happened to him in the past.

    What are those beautiful huge bushes that Smooch is 'hiding' in by the house?

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  2. HA!!! I think the cat is now down to 6 or 7 lives now, eh?
    signed
    theresa in ALberta

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  3. Deets is no slouch. It only takes once...

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  4. Deets is a fast learner. You captured that so well.

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  5. It could depend on who is telling the story--Deet's version could be "I said stay...stay...stay..good horse."

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  6. Now THAT'S a smart kitty!

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  7. Giving that mean old horsey a wide berth. :)

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  8. Deets is one smart boy. Love the look on Lyle's face in the last photo.

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  9. Deets is one smart cookie.

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  10. Deets is one smart cookie.

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  11. I guess all members of the herd sometimes have to be reminded of where they fit in on the pecking order. So.....what is the longest you have stayed on the 7MSN, you know, w/o going into the town? Do you start feeling kinda 'buggy' after a while?
    signed Curious Calamity in Idaho

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  12. Curious Calamity, the longest I've stayed is 2-1/2 weeks. I don't start feeling "buggy" as long as it's my choice not to leave. Lately though, knowing that I can't leave is starting to gnaw on me, only because I start envisioning all the worst-case scenarios with the animals. Rumor has it that the county road grader will be coming through today. You might hear me sighing with relief all the way in Idaho.

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  13. Ha! Your pictures perfectly narrate that story! Great job!

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  14. That's great storytelling! Love the look they're giving each other in the third picture ...

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  15. Deets is one smart cookie. And, good looking too! I like how he has one eye on the big fella the whole time.

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  16. At least he learned :)

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  17. LOL, LOL...So very cute! And, Very Smart, Too! I love that you documented this for all of us to see....
    Thanks for coming by. I too just LOVED that Video--Everything about it, including how relaxed she was just sitting and letting that wonderful Seal do whatever he wanted....So So Sweet.

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  18. Cute photos! Lyle looks so cute and furry!

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