I miss you Sam!!

I miss you Sam!!
I miss you Sam!!

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

How About These Grins for the Day!!!

Give me some sugar, hot lips!

I told you NOT to give me that last beer…

Who used the last roll of toilet paper again??
What does it take to get a walk around here?

Yep, I peed

Bring me a margarita with a little umbrella in it, darling.

If you want something done right around here…

When I said my ears were cold I had no idea you'd take it so seriously 


PerthDailyPhoto said...

J'adore them all Sylvia, but the 'who used the last of the toilet roll' hahaha! So classic AND relevant.

solcarina said...

So lovely and funny picture...)

Andrea said...

Animals are the most successful comedians of all ... They don't even have to try hard and they are funny ... Love this post. Thank you for a big smile, Sylvia

Andrea @ From The Sol

Betsy Adams said...

Cute---and the captions are priceless... Love 'em!!!!


Lowell said...

Delightful, and a great way to conclude an afternoon! We love cats and dogs and one of these days we're gonna get another dog.

Hope all is well with you!

Jenny said...

How funny! I saw your link on Pat's blog and wanted to come say hi!

I love the puppy and leash one.

WildBlack said...

Wat a great collection of photos :) enjoyed watching them all.

Cezar and Léia said...

oh dear Sylvia, thanks so much for sharing this adorable set of pictures!

☆•.¸.Mildred.¸.•☆ said...

So cute and so funny!
Thanks for sharing this lovely post, Sylvia.
Made my day!

Hope you are having a fabulous week****

Jack said...

I can count on you, Sylvia, to provide a few good laughs!

George said...

These are great. Thanks for the grins.

Suz said...

I hear you about the tp

NixBlog said...

Ha ha! Love them, Sylvia.

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