DAILY DABBLES LAUGH IT UP

Daily Dabbles: Laugh It Up

March 2nd, 2013 4 Comments

167470_433452293355042_1729711025_nHaving had a dog, and a rather hyper, rambunctious dog, I can just see how this played out.  You’ve just made a nice batch of buttered noodles.  You’re letting them cool on the counter in a bowl while you sift through the fridge for veggies to add.  Then, as your back is turned, your back bent reaching for that elusive carrot that’s rolled to the back of the shelve, and suddenly….  *CLATTER, BANG*  …  With an all too fast spin, hitting your funny bone against the fridge door on the way around, you are faced with this.  Your lovable pooch plaster with sticky, buttery, pasta.  What was suppose to be your dinner.

 

Of course, any self respecting pet parent knows you are to carry a camera around your neck at all times.  Because you never know when a moment like this will pass you by while your frantically telling you doggy to stay as you run into the other room to grab your camera.  😉

 

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I’m a Goth/Hippie who loves to try new things and dabbles in anything and everything that I find enjoyment in. That can include but is not limited to, cooking, art, digital design, jewellery making, photography, gardening, nature, animals and whatever else strikes my fancy. I’m an optimistic (occasionally) perfectionist (constantly), who can be very sarcastic (incessantly), but all in good humour. :)

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Funny writing, I liked it!

When I was dating the woman who became my ex-, she learned you can’t bake a birthday cake for your daughter and then leave it overnight near the edge of the counter. I will say that Sam was quite gracious: she only took a few bites and left all the rest for the humans.

 

    Lol, well that was very nice of Sam. My dog, Copper, when he was young use to steal whole packages of bacon off the counter. He was a ninja at it though. You never heard a peep from him. The bacon would simply be gone.

     

      Sam was a very well-behaved dog…. for the most part.

       
        Chyina

        So was Copper, but he had his moments. I wouldn’t have traded him for any other dog though. 🙂