Friday, October 28, 2016

Square Dog Friday, lost in the laundry

Oh My Goodness Square Dog Friday is back.
Thank Goodness !
What two crazy weeks.

Computer and Blogger acting up All my comments have not been posted.
Wierd, just a few here and there.
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Best of all I sent my phone through 
the the quick wash setting.  It is now very clean but sputtering.

So off to the T Mobile Shop and picked out a new one. All done in an hour.
Then poor son had to work over the next few days to try and save some photos and 
my "Line" program that is WAY better than IM and skype and with better stickers
and no awful emojis. And it is free !

But he found all my lost files on the phone with no touch screen.
I don't know how he did it but they are now safe on his computer.
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well it is about time to be showin' i thehamish
it has being a hard time for me
i thehamish really gud and nice to them
not chases the kitties and letting them drink my water and eat my fud
and they run away and merida hisses at i thehamish
not gud not gud at all
woe
i thehamish is filled with woe
woe is me
woe






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Son saw Oliver staring out his window.
 He could not see why till he got closer.
Peek to the left.

 Look beyond the window reflection.
 It is a stare down and the roadrunner would win.
They always win.
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i thehamish said the kitties could have photos today
but only today because i thehamish have been super nice to them
and they still not likin' i thehamish not gud

Oliver has the greatest fur ! it is spiky.




Japanese son said he has a dragon tail.
If you know me, I love Scotties, Godzilla and Dragons.

As always here is your pretty for the weekend.


Fall  moon rise over the Catalina Mountains.

I love making postcards from anything I can find.
Japanese son usually sends me labels from anything but mostly 
sake bottles. 

So I like sending him postcards made from all the foods and places he 
misses in Arizona. 
These were the best hot dogs I have had, so I made
and sent him this label. 
Usually I put more on the postcards from torn paper, ads, stickers or drawings 
but in this case just loved the type and photo of the cow. 
So that is all I used.
Snail mail is the best and postcards are fast and easy way of saying
 "I was thinking of you "!

heart. . . parsnip
music. . . Be Here Now,  Oasis (remastered)

46 comments:

  1. Hi, Gayle!

    I'm sorry your computer and Blogger have been giving you fits. I was wondering where you got to. I hope you are back in business now.

    I'm so sorry to see/hear/learn that thehamish is filled with woe... yet again! Why won't those darn kitties give him a chance? By chance did you hear that roadrunner go "meep meep" ? :) I love that pretty watercolor sky above your Arizona home.

    Have a safe and happy weekend, dear friend Gayle!

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  2. Hamish needs a Cat To Dog dictionary!

    I can see why a road runner would occupy Oliver's attention!

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    1. The cats need the dictionary, poor thehamish he just is so sweet around them and they want nothing to do with him, Woe

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  3. I wondered why you hadn't been around in a while--glad to hear it was just your phone and not something a lot more serious.

    Hope the kitties realize soon how great Hamish really is!

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    1. Lots of problems but computer is/was the worst one.

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  4. Ha! Stop talking dirty on your phone! You can't wash it off.

    Love that Roadrunner.

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    1. hahahahahahahaha if only !
      Especially the vote for/send money to hillary ones.

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  5. Wow, glad he got the pictures for you. Poor pup. Woe is him, woe, woe, woe.

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  6. What a week! Washing the cell phone sounds like something I'd do@

    Poor Hamish! Cats are always quite reserved. I'm sure they like him; they just won't let him know it.

    And I love the photo of the moon over the mountains! It is beautiful!

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    1. I am getting more and more forgetful.
      He is so sad I have been looking for a friend for him but the ones I like are way up in Phoenix and you have to keep going back for visits. The shelters here in Tucson have only big dogs and chihuahuas which will not work for us.

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  7. that roadrunner looks nothing like his cartoon counterpart!

    the kitties will learn how to love ithehamish; they just need time.

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    1. Gosh I hope so !
      Roadrunners are really beautiful but not quite the beep beep.

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  8. Oh, thehamish, it is so hard to be filled with woe, woe, woe. We think about you and pray for you every day. Franklin and Penelope send you hugs and tail wags.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. awwwww thank you, he really needs a fried. I am looking but it is hard to find what would be good for thehamish.

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  9. I only see about two roadrunners a year. I have two roadrunner feet. It ran in front of my truck, but not fast enough.

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    1. I have a few around here especially in spring, they love all the eggs and babies to eat.

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  10. Where was Wiley Coyote? The Hamish is too good, it's time those kitties appreciated him. Line never works right for me. When our daughter is here she shows me how, then she leaves and it ignores me.

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    1. Bad Line, have you spanked you phone ?
      I love Line, it is like I can just tell them something in a second. Son does the best videos. I am getting better at it.

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  11. Great to hear that your son rescued your photographs.

    When I saw the roadrunner through the window, I immediately thought, "beep beep!"

    Someday thehamish and those kitties will bond. What a surprise it will be to both of them.

    Like you, I also like making one of a kind cards to send via snail mail. Fun to be playful with bits and pieces like that.

    Hoping that your weekend will be fine. xo

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    1. I know Mail is just the best. If I am lucky I save paper, ads, stories just anything and then I sit down and make a bunch and then send them off.

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    2. Do keep going with your collecting and re-purposing. I think we have like minds. xo

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  12. OH how cool to see a roadrunner right outside your window! You have some pretty nifty critters in your neck of the woods. (But of course, Hamish is the best!) Although I have to say, that dragon-tailed cat is something else, too.

    Your problem with the phone reminded me of something. Last week, I gave my friend in TN a call, and she and her husband were in the car on the way home from a meeting. We chatted right up until she was going in the house, and then she started cussing. In the process of carrying all of the stuff into the house from their &^*&% meeting, she managed to lose her &^*&^% phone. I said, "Um... aren't you talking on it...?" I thought that topped all until my hubby told me about someone else who was looking for his phone in the dark, and was using the flashlight feature on his cellphone to do it. HA. Maybe it's a good thing I don't have a cellphone...

    Have a terrific weekend.

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    1. I love that story. but. . . . . . . I have done that several times looking for my phone while talking on it.
      The mind is not just going but has flown the coop.

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  13. Love the bird...lurve thehamish more. X

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  14. Pinky and Fiona send the Hamisch some hugs and licks.

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    1. and i thehamish is sending wurfs back to them

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  15. Sorry about your electronic frustration! So nice to see a,post from you and all your marvellous critters. Hamish is still the best though!;)

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    1. If it didn't cost so much the PRINTER with the computer would be thrown out the window !

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  16. Woe oh woe, silly kitties not liking the Hamish. Don't they know he's the bestest doggie ever?

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    1. They are silly but they give my son such joy.

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  17. Glad your son recovered your file from the phone! Losing electric files is one of the scariest thing...!
    thehamish, I'm sorry the kitties don't want to make friends with you. I hope they will eventually figure out that you are such a gud dug! Did you try scent exchange?
    I love Oliver's dragon tail! Have a happy weekend!

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    1. We have tried many things. Olivers is better than Merida, she only wants my son.

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  18. Dear Parsnip, that's what's missing from my life - a smart son to deal with all the mysteries of technical equipment!
    thehamish is lookin' good - even when fast asleep with his tongue hanging out!
    I went to a wonderful Georgia O'Keeffe exhibition in London this week and thought of you when I was in the rooms displaying her New Mexico paintings. Fabulous stuff - now I want to visit!

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    1. Thank Goodness I have three children to help me.
      I do like Georgia O'Keeffe paintings. But for some reason not Frida Kahlo ? So strange.

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  19. Poor Hamish, the cats will eventually like you I'm sure, so long as you don't chase them!

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    1. He just sits around them but yesterday he was bouncing around Oliver he wanted to play.
      Oliver just hissed...... le sigh

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  20. I don't think I've seen a Roadrunner before, other than in the cartoon. Love your Cactus too, very exotic.

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  22. Oh, thehamish, you really couldn't try any harder with those kitties, could you? Keep going and maybe they'll come round. Love the Road Runner!

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  23. I only know the roadrunner from the cartoon!

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  24. Hamish you're a good boy for being nice to the kitties.

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  25. Some time back I stopped sending postcards whilst on holiday but when I did the cruise round Britain visiting a favourite family place of Alastair's and alone it was a comfort to send them to family in Australia, the States and Britain.

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