Thursday, 8 March 2018

Full Bed

The Prof is away and still I don't get the bed to myself.
I'm off to bed shortly..... Winnie and William have already gone up the stairs with Albert.
Mary is waiting for me to get up from the armchair. George, as usual is snoring in his own bed next to the kitchen radiator.
This is Mary this morning as we went back to bed after wees in another sudden 7 am snowstorm

She slept there all night

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  1. Ah, she loves her Dad. Nice one.

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  2. You are such a good housekeeper I would have expected a "no dogs in bed" policy, for the sake of keeping things clean.
    Mary clearly adores you!

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    1. I meant to say, the dogs in bed surprise me every time but I so approve!

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  3. the furkids will keep you warm tonight.

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  4. we had a cat that would get on your neck whilst you slept. I think it must be warm there or they like the heart beat

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  5. Who pushes who out of bed?

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  6. I had a knee replacement surgery 5 weeks ago. My usually aloof cat has taken to snuggling into the crook of my neck the minute I lay down. Our pets are so intuitive.

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  7. Doesn't look too comfy for you.

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  8. Are you actually able to have a good night's sleep that way? You must be a sound sleeper. I can't even have a cat on the bed because I'm always aware of it and can't sleep. She does look content in that picture, however. -Jenn

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  9. As long as she doesn't drool, it's all good!

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  10. That’s the best kind of “full bed”..

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  11. Oh you are lucky to have so many to love! My last was a terrier who would ride in the car on my neck like that. She loved to go through the drive-thru window as we always bought her a small burger too. She would get mad as hell at the bank drive thru (pre-ATM days) window when no magic burgers appeared.

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  12. Last night was a rarity; I had no cat sleeping under my chin!

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  13. You'll soon be finding yourself out in the kennel at this rate.

    I assumed they've all been wormed?

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  14. Home is where the heart is.

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  15. When I first looked at the photo I thought you had a MULLET !!! Suits you sir

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  16. Would you EVER consider closing the bedroom door? (Neither would I.)

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  17. Anonymous8:51 am

    At first glance,I thought you had one of those mid life crisis mens ponytails..and for a second i thought...Oh John doesnt seem to be the sort of bloke to have one of those....Then i put my glasses on!,lol.Great pic!! Debi,xx

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    1. You are such a lovely man x

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  18. Do you get that cold wet black button nose in your ear in the middle of the night? She is so cute your Mary.

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  19. I'm all for togetherness, but that seems a bit much! I love it when Olga goes to be on her own in the evening -- like she's so tired from her 42 naps during the day that she just can't keep her eyes open.

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  20. At first I thought you had grown a new hair style we used to call a mullet!

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  21. adrienne3:46 pm

    Hi I'm new here.. Loving your Blog, your animals, hilarious ring tones and your wonderful sense of humour.

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  22. More snow...
    Why doesn't George go upstairs?

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  23. Oh, that Mary... so sweet and loving!

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  24. Ours are the same :)

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  25. Aww, so sweet, your babies love you! I enjoy seeing their personalities. We just love them too.. and you and the Prof of course! Giggles .. Gabs

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  26. I love comments and will now try very hard to reply to all of them
    Please don't be abusive x

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  27. Why doesn't George go upstairs?


    สมัคร D2BET

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  28. George is old and the stairs are hard work for him, I think. My Benji (Bichon Frise rescue dog who has Separation Anxiety) is strangely quite happy to sleep in his own bed in the hall or on the sofa in the living room. But if I leave him in home while I go out - ugh! Nasty things to come back to . .
    I'm another one who thought you had suddenly grown a Mullet!

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