Sunday, August 21, 2016

Saturday, Sunday, Monday In The Park

My little rat pals suckered me into a series of visits to the park last week. They love to work their teddy bear wiles on me, especially Mr. French who is all eyes and bad attitude. Oliver is the guy who's up for "whatever," and usually ends up in my lap forgetting what he wanted in the first place.


Their Four Step Plan


Step 1
Guilt the human


Mr. French aka Big Rat


Step 2
Look dashing in a blue scarf

Oliver aka Little Rat



Step 3
Sing Italian Songs


Sing like no one is listening









Step 4
Another day in the park

Can you dig it?



Yes I can



35 comments:

  1. oh those eyes! how can you say no!? especially when they can sing in Italian!

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    1. Hahaha, you gave me a Monday morning laugh, Jandi. Yes, they both work the eyes even though Little Rat has little rat eyes.

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  2. Hello, they are beautiful eyes and adorable puppy dogs! Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  3. You too, Eileen, they are cute little rascals.

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  4. They're adorable!
    Thanks for joining the party at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/08/along-eno-river.html

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    1. They are pretty irresistible, Sue.

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  5. I LOVE the Peanut take on songs...Great ! Cute interpretation of the song. Thanks for joining in today, please hurry back.

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    1. I enjoy your link party sooo much, Tom.

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  6. They are so cute, the little darlings....enjoy your week!

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    1. They are nothing if not amusing Forest.

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  7. Aww! so cute heheh!

    Have a tanfastic day :-)

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    1. If I ever get a minute to go outside and enjoy the weather, Steve. You have a killer whale of a week.

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  8. Oh my gosh those guys (and those eyes) could guilt me into just about anything! They're adorable. And I could use the exercise anyway.

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    1. And they do, Sallie. That's what I figure and have made them part of my exercise program.

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  9. Pets can guilt you into anything! Especially when they look so cute and cuddly:)Many thanks for adding this humorous post to SEASONS - and giving us all a good laugh! Have a happy week:)

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    1. Thanks, J. These guys are pros, although half the time Oliver doesn't know what he's guilting me for.

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  10. The cutest pictures ever! awwwwwww Love the song you picked too! Never seen this video. Cute! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. I thought the Peanuts cover was fun, Marie. I see Halloween stuff is out, any sign of Christmas on the horizon?

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  11. Saturday in the Park is one of my favorites, and I don't care too much for Chicago. I'd probably give in to Mr. French and Oliver, too. :-)
    The View from the Top of the Ladder

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    1. I feel the same way, Susie and even saw them in concert. Good concert but still not one of my fav groups.

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  12. LOve the puppies! The song just made my day. I love Snoopy!

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  13. Thanks, MM. I wish I had a copy of Selfies in the Wild right now.

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    1. That they are, Tamar. Wishing you sunsets and cool breezes.

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    1. And they know how to use it, Carol.

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  16. Not as lovely as Gangtok, Rajesh.

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  18. Oh what fun. They are very cute and dashing dogs.
    WE do Parkrun and people bring their dogs for the 5km walk/run.
    Thank you for linking up.

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  19. Awwwww.....lovely photos!!! :)

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  20. Very very cute and I am so getting a dog again one day!!

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  21. aWWWWWW These are soooooooooooooo cute, but where's the music!!!????? Have a great weekend.

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  22. Adorable dogs! I've always loved dogs, from as far back as I can remember, and there have been many in my life, but one at a time except when I was about 9, and got Bootsie without knowing she'd been out breeding. Poor dear Bootsie died of "milk fever" after giving birth to 8 puppies. My mother raised all those puppies until they were ready to be adopted. We only kept one. I think Mom was dogged-out for a while, but there were plenty of dogs in my future.
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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