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    « Terrier Tuesday -- The Birthday Song Edition | Main | Reading »

    Wednesday, July 21, 2010


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    Just because I'm late wishing you a happy birthday, doesn't mean I love you any less! Happy birthday Norma!!!!


    That poem is so true;-P




    I love it! And every description so true.


    Love to start the day with a poem! Thanks.

    Pam Price

    Thanks for the good morning laugh! So true, so true. Belated birthday wishes to you and Mr. Jefferies.


    Wonderful, Norma. And just to show us who is really the master, they let us circulate the poem about THEM.


    Love! It!


    That is fan-freakin-tastic.

    Melissa in El Cajon

    Great poem! Whenever my two seem close to getting the better of me, I remind them (and myself) I have thumbs.

    Seanna Lea

    Gah. It is so true. When I thought about getting Victor, I didn't think I would become fixated on doggie poo, but the first thing I do when I get home is to check the note from the dog walker to see if Victor went number 2.


    I perfect read for me after the dog walk at the beach. THanks!


    So very true, and funny. Thank you, Mike, for sending it to Norma, and thank you Norma for sharing.


    Ah, yes...the zen of dogs!


    I didn't see anything about picking up that poop...

    Haha, I loved that poem!

    Jean E.



    "With bag, I stoop and pick,
    hopefully a firm, dry deposit."

    Tressa in NC

    Love it! Winston and I do this almost every night, 'round midnight. So, so true!

    elizabeth a airhart

    good night

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