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Thursday, July 17, 2014

Thoughtless Thursday: the name of the game is "ADAPTATION"

Momma is clueless. She has all these "rules". Stoopid "rules". We are not allowed to dig outside.
Specially after we just got groomed, but generally we are not "allowed" to do what is instinctual.
Talk about neurotic.  Think of  it as if I told you you were not allowed to sneeze.

Pretty dang stoopid no?
But ... part of successful co-habitation is the art of "compromise".

And compromise we must. And they way we do that is to engage in our instinctual behavior, in a "acceptable"
manner.

We "dig" where we are allowed to dig.
This is Wendy's "expensive" foam  bed. HER bed. And the Wendy  is "digging"in HER bed. Nothing to think about, right?
Wrong.  Momma just told her to stop digging.So why does that momma still have "issues"????  There is NO pleasing some people
Come to thing of it, daddy always says that SHE is hard to please.
I get it daddy, I really get it...
'vie
PS. I DIG momma's bed, when she is not looking. I like the crumpled look and tossed pillows...


5 comments:

Ruckus Eskie said...

Dig dig dig!

Happy Thoughtless Thursday, Ruckus the Eskie

M. K. Clinton said...

Pierre, our Westie "granddog" is a digger. He digs in the yard trying to catch our mole and digs on the carpet for no apparent reason!

Jenna,Mark Drady said...

Great post!!! Loved these photos!
Thanks for linking up with us today!
ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

Jans Funny Farm said...

Yes, digging in bed can be fun. Not as rewarding as digging a hole outside, but sometimes it has to do.

Stacey van horn said...

Those Mommas ... they're never happy and I know, cause I am one :) The pups around here love to dig in the human bed. As soon as I get done making the bed, they jump on it and dig it to arrange it the way they like it. Once they have destroyed it so it does not look like I made it, they happily lay on it the rest of the day! I'm not even sure why I'm calling it the human's bed ... yeah, right!

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