Saturday, July 08, 2006

Life is ruff


Despite losing my shirt on the golf course earlier today, I'd have to say that it wasn't a bad day. We took a nice long walk after I returned and I even let them lose to terrorize some unsuspecting ducks.

Now, I must address a rather controversial issue. Yes...Tess does have big ears. I've read some rumblings about it here and some of the shady characters I associate with have mentioned it. Lets settle this once and for all. Tess invites everyone to measure. If you don't like the results, she invites you to kiss this. Poor Molly, I'm sorry you have to be associated with such a goofy looking dog. I know you hope we have one hellacious wind storm that blows her away. While that would be fun to watch, I fear that she'd just come back.

Please note that these words were written in jest. She does have big ears...all the better to hear you with.

Now lets harass a kid who just turned 1. He has a big head...but he knows where to be when he's at a resort in Mexico!

8 comments:

Red said...

Awwww.. Tess is adorable, big ears and all!!

The baby is cute too!

cmk said...

I love the pics. Goldens are absolutely the best. Our oldest daughter took in an abused golden mix when she was with The Parents and left him there when she got married. He was the best, most gentle dog there ever was. I cried like a baby when he had to be put down!

'Mazing Amy said...

the pics on your blog always make me smile. :)

mollymcmommy said...

loving the pics!

now ain't it illegal for him to be drinking at such a tender young age?!

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Grins said...

Cody thinks it is cruel that you tease him with females after his little "nip tuck" incident this past week.

Kristy M said...

You always do an awesome job with the pictures to tell your story. Who is the baby?

Adam said...

That's Jackson, my melon headed nephew. I will forever be in his debt for providing our family with a great "you might be a redneck if..." story.

You see, he decided to enter the world a couple of weeks early on a Friday night/early Saturday morning. My brother had some friends over for a barbecue. The night got late and the beer was tasting pretty good from what I've been told. Sister-in-law was comfortably in bed when it became obvious that it was "that time."

She peeked out the door and said "Its time!" Let's just say that my brother was in no condition to drive. So, they had to call one of their friends who was not at the party to drive them to the hospital.

The pictures taken the day of his birth are priceless!

Kristy M. said...

I love the story about Jackson! Thanks for sharing. It is always nice to know there are other "redneck families" out there.