The weekend is over and now we wait for the endless election to be over. Sam here. But first, a smile. I’m thinking this Twitter strategy should be used for all the incessant ads. If you have not yet voted, please do so. While every election is ‘impawtant,’ this one will set the direction our country will take over the next two years. For those who have voted early, humble poodle tail wags.
And now in the it’s-not-too-late-to-think-about-the-howlidays category, we note the following post from our avian pal, Kismetregarding the card exchange. We sent our email in accordance with the instructions because Mom likes to mark things off her to-do list. So right after you vote, email Kismet, ‘kay?
Live, love, bark! 🐾
Please reblog. Not everyone follows me (that’s NOT smart)!
The Blogville list is going live!! To get yourself on the list and receive the entire list by email please use the following template. Blog Name: Blog Url: Email address: Snail mail address: Animals name, type: ************************************** For Example: Blog Name: Kyla Scott Blog Url: kylascott.com Email Address: kyle.a.scott@gmail Snail mail address: 44121 N 16th St New River, Arizona 85087
Animals name and type Kaci (dog) Kali (dog) Kismet (parrot)
These MUST be in by Nov 16th, He will start working in it on the 17th. There were stragglers last year and he wont make an effort to get those in that miss the deadline so DON’T forget NOV 16th!!!
Send them in an email to Blogvillecards@outlook.com
The subject line is very IMPORTANT!! Email Snail mail Either
If you don’t specify then your email will get lost. You must put in the subject line how you want your cards to come to you! So remember Nov 16th is the deadline. If you don’t use the template, then you will get lost.
While we didn’t know Madi, we do know that she was beloved here in Blogville. Today as Sam and I are visiting patients at West Pines, we are participating in a remember Madi blog hop hosted by Raz and our fur-iends, Rosy and the Gang.
The loss of a beloved pet is always hard and we know she will be greatly missed by her friends and family. Had we known Madi, no doubt we would have had oodles of poodles fun following along her ‘pawsome’ adventures. But because we didn’t, alas we have no personal smiles to share per se, and offer some remembrance poppies from our garden instead with the hope her family finds comfort from tender memories.
We are joining the Speedy’s Annual Pirate Party event today. Sam isn’t keen on getting dressed up as you can tell here, but he adores Speedy and is always willing to walk the plank for fur-iends.
So ahoy, mateys. Don’t be a scalawag today.
Avast Ye Mates…
Many of you have contacted me about the issue of your comments disappearing on our blog and some of you have indicated that some of my comments have been pillaged off to your spam folders. We’re working on it with the nice blokes at WordPress and hope you’ll be patient while they try to figure out why Akismet thinks I’m a bot. Shiver me timbers…I’m not even Russian. Aaaarrrrgggghhhh!
July already? Yikes…hard to fathom the year is half over. Where the heck did those first six months go?
After a mild weekend temperate wise, we’re back into sweltering status along with most people on the East Coast. My advice…take naps, lots of naps. I’ll be there as soon as I drink my coffee. Stay hydrated and enjoy your week.
It’s Friday and like the song, summertime and the living is easy. After a very busy and full week, it’s time to sit back on the deck, take a deep breath and relax. Here’s to a terrific weekend full of the best summer has to order. Stay safe, stay cool and don’t forget the sunscreen. Oh, and pass the guacamole and chips, would ya?
If you follow us on Instagram (wait, what…you don’t…well click on the Instagram link on the right and check us out), you probably saw a camouflage photo of me on the new carpet with a feeble attempt at humor from mom. Sam here. For those of a certain age, we use to read Highlights Magazine and go to the page where you had to find certain objects in the picture. Well I can tell you if I wasn’t wearing a bright new bandana, I’m sure mom would end up vacuuming me up. Now I understand why my sister, Elsa the Ninja complains she has it rough being a black dog on a black dog bed, but I didn’t appreciate what she was talking about. I mean, I’ve got hospital duty next week mom, so don’t vacuum me up, okay? I think I heard her reply something about ‘turn-about is fair play, dude’ but I could be mistaken. Should I worry?