Friday, March 18, 2016

Square Dog Friday. . . Just a very warm spring day

I can't believe it is Friday already.

Best day of the week if you're a Little Square Black Dog.
What happened to the week ?
We all know the drill so let's hit it.
woof !


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when i thehamish gets up in the morning i thehamish has to rub my face and scratch my back
first thing in the morning nice tall person who feeds us put nice rug on floor for i thehamish to use 
every morning it's a gud thing

 then i thehamish walks past kitchen to nice tall person who feeds us workin' room 
so i thehamish can go outside for my morning sniffies and to run like the wind
that is what nice tall person who feed us tells me every day

i thehamish always lookin' back to see if nice tall person is following 
nice tall person who feeds us  gets lost sometimes so
i thehamish has to keep lookin' at her

 i thehamish is lookin' scotty

 in the sun now there are two thehamish

 more i thehamish plus a lizzzzzzzzzzzzzaaaarrrrrrrd

 i thehamish is gud scotty
gud dug
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Yes, you are sweet pea. You are the very best Scotty and I love you.

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And as always just because I can here is your pretty to start the weekend.

I mentioned on my last post about the Native Arizona Bees.
They are solitary bees but go about their sweet little bee lives and do not bother you.
I have planted a lot of rosemary for their bee enjoyment.
They do not live in hives but any small space by themselves.

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There is a wonderful local artist who makes these fabulous works of art 
like the one above.
It is a hanging piece of wood that has been drilled with holes.  In every little hole 
a bee will make his home.

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Here is another wonderful piece of his work.
Fabulous !

Have a terrific weekend !

bee. . . parsnip
music. . . Just a Cloud Away,  Pharrell Williams

38 comments:

  1. I thought Ham was looking at his shadow. If the sun comes out and dries up all the rain, it'll be glorious here too.

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  2. Hi, Gayle!

    I always look forward to your Square Dog Friday post because it gives me a chance to gaze at thehamish from a variety of angles. When he went outside for his sniffies he looked like a sun dial! Thehamish saw his shadow and predicted 8 more months of heat in Arizona. :) I love thehamish! I am also fascinated by your Native Arizona Bees. "Bee is for beneficial" and I'm happy to know that you and your local artist friend realize that and try to help the insects thrive.

    Have a wonderful weekend, dear friend Gayle!

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  3. Hamish certainly is a very gud scotty!

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  4. I do believe yer fine laddie is showing a bit of Scottish red hair in some of those pictures. (I never noticed that before.)

    Have a wonderful weekend.

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    1. Watson was a brindle Scotty but thehamish is a westie/scotty, I think all of his black when the sun hits it you can get a bit of red. Not always though

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  5. What a handsome gud dug...with an adorable crooked tail!

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  6. Very nice that you plant them rosemary.

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    1. Besides my citrus they love the rosemary

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    2. What's not to love? Great stuff.

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  7. thehamish is such a cutie pie! Love his pretty legs and pantaloon! So adorable he looks back to make sure you are following :-) My boys do that, too, especially Niko. Those art works are very lovely. How nice bees make home in those holes. That piece of art is like bee's condo :-) Have a wonderful weekend xoxo

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  8. Ah, the hamish, we have sadness in our home. You cheer me up.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. I am sorry to hear this. Glad to help

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  9. He's our favourite Scotty in the whole world. Love the bee houses. They nest in our lawn here and I love to see their little faces peeking out of the holes. :-).

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    1. I did not know about bees in the lawn. I want to see their little faces,
      Love my bees they are very sweet.

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  10. Here in France we have Mason bees that are solitary and will start looking for places to park their eggs now. These places are often just screw holes in the undersides of our teak outside furniture. They appear to ignore the bamboo palaces that we supply! Still not warm enough for Liizzzarrrddds...yet.

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    1. That must be what ours are ? I must look this up. I only know them as Desert or Arizona Bees.

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  11. The very best Scotty indeed and I love you too.

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    1. awww he loves you back. He is just a gud dug like Watson

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  12. That was another quick week!

    Lovely to see happy Hamish in the sun and interesting to hear about your bees.

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  13. Looks like Hamish is enjoying the warm Arizona sunshine!

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    1. Watson loved to sleep in the sun. thehamish likes it too but misses Watson so much that he doesn't like to be in the back yard alone.

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  14. Glad Hamish is having sunshine to bask in!

    What nice bees you must have! I love the sculpture that houses them!

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    1. I will be buying one of them soon but I have to decide where I want to put it. That will decide what size I will buy.

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  15. Interesting about Arizona bees not having hives, and being solitary creatures.

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    1. We have bee that make hives but they are mixed up with the killer bees.
      The true native bees are solitary.

      cheers, parsnip

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  16. Hamish is definitely handsome.

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  17. I like the sound of the native Arizona bee and their delightful custom built homes.

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  18. I loved seeing Hamish in the sunlight with his shadow! I have a small wooden patio table that has a bee living in it, maybe it's one of those solitary natives. It never causes any trouble.

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  19. thehamish is so photogenic!

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