Monday, 30 September 2013

The Object Of Someone's Affection


I had a busy shift with my patient last night
and after walking the dogs,  doing some shopping and finishing some housework
I " accidently" fell asleep in the arm chair after opening up my Ipad
I woke up a hour or so later, with a bad neck, drooling saliva down my chin
And with two sets of ladies eyes staring intently into my face
Oh to be the object of someone's affection

41 comments:

  1. If they are like my lot, they want a snack. :)

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  2. Can't help feeling they probably wanted feeding John. But yes, I am sure they love you dearly.

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  3. I think they have a plan !
    Lol...
    ~Jo

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  4. Winifred does not approve...

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  5. They haven't quite got you trained then? What you call 'affection' is probly their anticipating that you'll do your duty and serve their needs. They're bound to win so just give up resisting.

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  6. I think it's amazing how quickly bulldogs fall madly in love with you. You are quite the dog bait.

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  7. look at winnie's face..."lazy hoomin, feed me NOW" might be her thought balloon.

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  8. You're so lucky! Our dog loves Dave best. I swear she has a shrine built for him in her doghouse complete with candles and weird stalker photos.

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    1. Awww exactly......I could nt ink of another thing to blog about today

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  10. You said it ~ slobber on your chin ~ you are talking their language.

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  11. Aren't they just loves???

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  12. It struck me that you had perhaps forgotten to feed them . . funny how that thought occurred to a goodly number of your followers, John.
    I love the Winnie expression - says it all really.

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  13. It struck me that you had perhaps forgotten to feed them . . funny how that thought occurred to a goodly number of your followers, John.
    I love the Winnie expression - says it all really.

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    1. They had been fed rambler... They were waiting to got for a walk I think..

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  14. Winnie is saying, " look into my eyes, look into my eyes; what do they tell you John ? "

    At weekends when we get up later, Dillon bursts through the porch door & Woofs at the bottom of the stairs & Billy launches himself at the food cupboard & helps himself to cat biscuits !

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  15. "I'm hungry, dammit!"

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  16. Wake Up!!!!!! Feed Us!!!!

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  17. well... theres this thought - maybe they were trying to figure out if you were still breathing...and which part of you would taste most like a scottish egg...

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  18. well... theres this thought - maybe they were trying to figure out if you were still breathing...and which part of you would taste most like a scottish egg...

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  19. Look at those adorable girls....probably wondering if you were alive or dead and, if dead, who was going to fill the dinner dish tonight.

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  20. That photo is a classic! I don't know if I would have immediately burst out laughing or groaned and smothered myself with the pillow. Well, no, I would have gotten out my camera!

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  21. Dogs do that. I find it a bit unnerving. I'd rather find a cat in my lap.

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  22. My boys watch over me when I'm sleeping. I feel safe with them.

    Love,
    Janie

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  23. I hope the drooling saliva was your own!

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  24. Love that picture of your girls. Wonder what's going through Winnie's mind at that moment

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  25. I've had my cats do that, too. It's not a bad way to wake up :)

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  26. Years ago I had a cat (sorry, Emma, before your time) who woke me up by laying on my chest with his cat breath in my face...he was heavy, and that was definitely his way of saying, "Give. Me. Breakfast. Now!"

    Nancy in Iowa

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  27. aw look. Winnie is sitting like a lady!

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  28. They're like "how dare you take a nap instead of giving us attention?!"

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  29. I'd be okay with the one, but Winnie? No. Gifted droolers those dogs are.

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  30. humon we luve you

    cheers, parsnip and The Square Dogs

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  31. Poor Winifred, she clearly doesn't expect much of life and humans.

    If it's any consolation, John - and it shouldn't be: At least your dogs have the decency to NOT take photos of you in less than flattering state of dribbling distress.

    U

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  32. Awww, the look of love is in their eyes. How does it feel to be "leader of the pack?"

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  33. Oh, gosh. The look on Winifred's face. I can't tell if she's worried or guilty.
    Hope you're doing okay, John. :-)

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  34. What a Wonderful expression on Winifred's face. Maybe she was in awe of your drool.

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  35. Winnie looks very disappointed in your doggy entertaining skills. You've got to love a face like hers haven't you and she sits just like my Pug with her back legs to one side :-)

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  36. How has Meg taken to Winifred's presence? I remember you saying she can be a little insecure about things. They both look so sweet in that pic :-)

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  37. You have to smile when you wake up to that.

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