Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by namerif, Jan 25, 2015.
I was apparently under a rock when this took place:
Me too. I've seen this before but it was worth all 13 minutes to watch it again. Thanks Rick!
And now my eyes are leaking all over the place. And after watching the second film, I'm officially a sodden mess.
Your Bathing Beauty looks tuckered out.
Somebody should tell me the perpetrator's names and addresses. If they live within a reasonable distance, well... they certainly won't sleep well ever again.
Sadly, I can't have pets where I live. But there are neighborhood dogs and a coupe of 'em in particular have become my buddies - Love those FurrKidZ. People laugh that I have dog treats and no dog...
One is an Australian Shepherd, "Panda," who is absolutely gorgeous and has the most mesmerizing blue eyes I've ever seen - Puts Huskies / Malamutes to shame. They literally glow like sapphires. She's a sweetheart.
The other is a Dachsund, "Tackle", whose stubbly little legs can go faster than you can see. He's a hoot! They walk with me and, if they're out, come bolting to me if I step outside.
Humorous-after-the-fact story: A couple of months ago I'd taken my nighttime meds, decided to take a little walk, then go to bed. Bad idea! Even in the dark, as soon as they saw me, the FurrKidZ came bolting at me as per usual. Problem is it was dark, Panda is nuzzling into me and Tackle got into my feet. Dachsunds are low to the ground, of course, so down I went, total face plant. Worse, I landed on a piece of broken curb at a storm drain. Neighbor was out and saw me there - I was dazed and, due to the fall and other health issues, couldn't get up, so he called 911. I was major beaten up from it all and, along with other health issues, it cost me a week in the hospital. It wasn't fun at the time but, you have to admit, it's pretty d@mned funny now - When is the last time you heard of somebody being hospitalized for tripping over a dog? Tackle earned his name that night because I certainly tackled him!
Of course, it wasn't his fault. The entire situation was just of those freak things in the "you can't make this stuff up" category. I still love him and, when I'm able, we still play and he (and Panda) walks with me. I love those dogs!
Glad to hear you're back up and moving about. We missed you!
Annabel @ 11 months helping me rake the back yard.
I can tell that she's a BIG help!
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