Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Happy Wednesday

I miss posting every day. No, really.

Recently, I've been enjoying many happy displays of what Thomas and I refer to as "Dog TV." We don't have cable, and we watched our new box set of the Sopranos in one crazed, drooling bout, and so we have returned to the entertainment provided by the two small, red maniacs that happen to live in our house. (P.S. Whose good idea was it to release the Sopranos season 6 in two parts so that I would have to pay 60 dollars TWICE to get it? Much like when Stephen King released the Green Mile by chapter, I have to say, Um, I think you're rich enough. But thanks for playing. However, unlike me, my husband could not wait).

Episode 1: Triangulation.

These dogs

are watching this cat, out the window

who, in turn, is watching this squirrel, up a tree
None shall move for over an hour!

Episode 2: Drunken Brawl

Episode 3: Beagle Racetrack

Gertie is approaching the speed of sound in her efforts to one.

I know, I know. When am I going to grow bored of taking pictures of my dogs? The answer is NEVER. Dude, they are 9 and 14 now. If I were going to get tired of this, I would have done it a long time ago.


Anonymous said...

"Who's good idea was it to release the Sopranos season..."

that comes across as 'who is good idea...?

couldn't help myself. :-D

keep writing, it's fantastic.


Megs said...


Well, I fixed it.


ashley said...

I rarely take a roll of film that doesn't have at least one photo of Kudzu on it. He's 5 1/2. He's a cat. Really. It's not that interesting. But, 100 photos of him sleeping or lying about later, and I'm stil clicking.

Amanda said...

oooh, i love beagles.

i take pictures of my gerbils all the time too, and that's definitely not interesting to anyone except me. "Look how cute they are all curled up together!" "Yes, yes, Amanda, just like the last picture."

pets are often better than tv though.

velocibadgergirl said...

That triangulation set is hilarious!

I cannot judge anyone for pet pic overkill, since we nearly crashed our computer with over a GIG of cat pics earlier this year.