Friday, February 3, 2017

Square Dog Friday. . . i thehamish

i thehamish gots gud toy
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it  green

 green gud

 i thehamish is liken' green

 i thehamish is gud dug.

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i thehamish gots' pretty to start the weekend
not knowin' what weekend wordis meanin' but
mum nice tall person who feeds us is sayin' it is gud word


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i thehamish is thinkin' this funny not pretty
but mum nice person is helplin' me write this
ummmrguhhfgurrr opps
bad katties they not gud dugs like i thehamish
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green. . . parsnip
music. . .  All My Tears,  Ane Brun


30 comments:

  1. Hi, Gayle!

    I'm happy to see new pictures of thehamish and to learn that he's not filled with woe at the moment, but instead tickled pink over his new green toy. Does it have a squeaker inside? Did thehamish "kill" it yet?

    I wish you and your bad katties and gud dug thehamish a safe and happy weekend, dear friend Gayle!

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    1. If you look you can see where I took out the destroyed squeeky and put the new one in with the stuffing he tore out.
      I always let them tear the stuffing out because they have so much fun.

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  2. What is it? I don't suppose that matters so much to gud dog thehamish but I'm curious over here :o) x

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    1. A huge pimento stuffed olive ! I personally like the onion or jalapeno stuffed ones.
      I had it a long time in the glass jar behind it.
      He needed a new squeeky toy.

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  3. I ordered that book and made some things. They turned out really cute. Need to make some more. The buttons looked darling.

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    1. I have several Japanese sewing and craft books and they are fabulous.

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  4. Oh, now I see it is an olive! What a hoot! glad Hamish likes olives!

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  5. Oh, thehamish, tell me how to stop Franklin from taking the doggy toys outside and hiding them in the leaves. He is not always a gud dog with the toys. It's unfair to Penelope when Franklin hides the toys.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. I use to buy two of the same toy but thamish wanted both. Watson was very good to him and would let him win tug

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  6. I often swear as I Swiffer the floors that I could build a new cat with the fur I pick ups Hope the Hamish and you have a good weekend.

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    1. Since getting cats my home is never clean.

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  7. Oh I much prefer dogs to cats Hamish - and the Hamish in particular. Hugs

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    1. Really, Scotties (and terriers) have ruined me for all others.

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  8. Awwww... Hamish is so cute. Sorry the cats aren't getting along with him, but that's the way cats are!

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    1. Oliver will be near thehamish but not friends yet.

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  9. Hamish does enjoy life, doesn't he? Surely the cats will see what a great dog he is....

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    1. No matter how bad he feels he will perk up when you play with him.
      A lesson to me to follow.

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  10. After taking some days off from blog land, it's great to visit here again and see the Hamish and read your witty words. xo

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    1. thehamish even "sang' a song in photos in the last post. He has been helping me out lately with my blog.

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  11. That green toy looks fun! Is it a giant olive?
    I've done a kitty hair craft myself and enjoyed much :-)

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    1. Do you have any photos of them ?
      I would love to see them

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  12. I dunno why, but the idea of a giant olive squeaky toy kinda cracks me up. :) (Then again, it's possible that I may have enjoyed an adult beverage or two during the Super Bowl game, and pretty near anything cracks me up about now... except for the game's final score.)

    Hmmm, our cats do generate quite a bit of hair, but I think they ralph a lot more than they shed. Too bad there isn't anything crafty to do with THAT. :)

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  13. Great toy for Hamish :) Parsnip. Thank you for your reaction on my latest blog and to answer your question the bird with the white dots is a Starling and the plants sticking in the manes of the horses is thistle. These will fall of eventualy and spread their seeds this way. The horses are roaming wild so no grooming is done.
    Take care,
    Regards
    Roos

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