LOL- THAT is hysterical and now I will have that song running through my mind for the rest of the night. Thank you for THAT!!! lol xo Diana
Yes, Diana, and when I hear that song, I think that I am skating at Duvall's Skating Rink! :-)
He looks downright angry! Appropriate song.
I don't think he was too pleased with the hat! I think he believes that I was put on Earth to give him doggie treats!
Thank you for providing me with the first laugh for today! It is 3 minutes to 7 and I have just gotten up and planted myself in front of my computer, my fox mug filled to the bream with steamingly hot, black, sweet strong coffee.Let the day begin... (not my favourite, as it is the 6th anniversary of Steve's death)
Happy to provide you with a laugh on such a sad anniversary. That dog loves me really, but I thought the photo was funny!
Love the hat on the dog ..... and look forward to your impressions of your trip to England. As an American who lives here I am always interested in what other Americans think. I've been here so long now I believe I have lost my feeling of being from somewhere else looking in.
I have spent so much time in England that I do know a bit about what you mean. It's hard for people to understand that though. I am either here in this small town of Georgia, or else in Eastbourne in East Sussex, hardly anywhere in between! (Vacation time, you know, is a very different thing in the USA!)
Well that made me smile!!
Good, I'm glad! :-)
I'm looking forward to those stories. I always enjoy a look at how others view our country. I think at this point you don't count much as an outsider anymore though.
Thank you, Mark, that is very kind of you to say so. Not only to I feel as if I have a foot in two countries, so to speak, I also have a great love for many other spots in the world! I should be Georgia Girl With A Heart Big Enough For The World!! But that sounds like I am some kind of great person, so I can't say that!
Looking forward to your stories!
Stay tuned, same BAT station! Ha!
That is one grumpy looking dog, LOL!
I think it is the whiskers, they pull his face down, don't you think? He was really smiling underneath, he loves me so! LOL!
He's a cutie with or without the hat. Glad you had a wonderful trip !
He is cute and guess what, he is supposed to be a MINIATURE schnauzer but there is nothing miniature about this bruiser! It was nice to be in England but it always goes by so quickly!
You are right, i am looking forward to reading about your adventures! Don't listen to the dog, he doesn't know what he looks cute in!
Well, it is a MALE dog, after all! What do they know? Ha! Just kidding, of course!
Haha! what an expression on his face!
We put that hat on his head just after we arrived, so I thought his face spoke volumes!!
Poor pup! I'm looking forward to your adventures! I'll live vicariously through you since I'm probably not going across the "pond" anytime soon!
We visited with family and friends which is just what we wanted to do!You know Richard took some good photos which I will share with you!Hope you are having a great Autumn! xx
What a great photot. I would have to say he looked less than thrilled. xo Laura
That would actually be photo not photot. LOL
We could pretend that photot is French, the last letter is silent! LOL.
Hahahahaha! I was going to say "if only that dog could talk!"....but his expression and body language says it all...he doesn't need to speak! :)
That dog can also give high fives! When he can cook my dinner, I am taking him back to the states!!
I'm like the dog. That's what I always think when someone tries to cuddle me or tidy up my appearance.
Ah, I think you would look equally as good in a cowboy hat! And I bet your expression just thinking about it is the same as the dog's!
Cute dog, cute hat. What more do you want in life?
It's a dog's life! :-)
Perhaps he wanted an English bowler hat! xx
Yes, an English bowler hat and he could balance an umbrella at the same time! :-)