Saturday, 19 January 2013

I couldn't resist



If I am away for just one shift there is someone in the cottage who just can't
 cope
Ok I just couldn't keep away....saddo

21 comments:

  1. LOL, just like someone you know.

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  2. Sj
    She suffers from separation anxiety when ism at work.... When I return she's like a limpet

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    1. Does she eat phone books/paper? My Rough used to tear them up when left alone.

      I hope you get some sleep when you come in again.

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  3. You need a papoose!
    Jane x

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  4. Well, I don't have a blog so I have no idea how much time one would consume. I've thought about starting one, but I am afraid it would be rather boring, especially compared to yours and so many others that I visit. Anyway, thanks for the small post. I thought I would check just in case! LOL!

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    1. Galestorm,
      I think everyone has something to say.....if I can write about bugger all
      ANYONE CAN
      Give it a try x

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    2. Gale I see you are standing on the side of a boat, that gives you something interesting to write about straight away.
      Just write about what you love!

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    3. I agree with John and Kath, Gale. My blog is about our smallholding, and often I don't think that it is anywhere near as interesting as other people's blogs, but it still gets read. Hope to see you posting soon.

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    4. Are these comments all about Gale's lack of a blog? She needs to see some of the rubbish I write about!!!

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  5. John my oldest dog is like that too. She would get into my clothes with me if she could!

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  6. John, from reading the comments I'm not sure if you mean YOU that can't cope or your girl. Either way, I totally understand, I'm an 'internet junkie' and I really need my regular 'fix' and I've not gone to the bathroom by myself since we got our first dog in 1995! :-)

    PS: Thank-you for your comment on my blog today--I am really running on empty these days....

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  7. You are such a soft touch...we all love you for it!

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  8. *smiling*
    I can understand her feelings :)
    I'm hoping Dr. Chris has done you proud..
    One down, one to go !
    ~Jo

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  9. For a moment there I thought that the birds in the field had attacked Chris and that you had to come to his rescue.

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  10. Corker of a photo!! :)

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  11. Haha. Poor John. ;o)
    Sleep well!

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  12. You do call her and leave your voice on the answering machine, don't you ?! Don't you ?!?

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  13. Boolie, our Springer Spaniel, is like that. He sits by the entrance gates when I am away, waiting for me to return. The rest of the time he is glued to me like a shadow.

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    1. When I was in the house, my Springer used to sit on my feet so that he knew if I moved. He also would go to the door at the alloted time the Hubby arrived home. They're not as daft as they look, Springers!

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  14. My very first dog, Hamlet, came to me solely because he used to eat shoes when left alone.

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  15. Am I dumb or something? I thought you were talking about Chris.

    U

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