Puck & Peanut

Puck: “It’s called grass.It was hiding under the snow.”
Peanut: “Where did all this frozen poop come from?”

37 thoughts on “Puck & Peanut”

      1. Again?!?!?
        You need an acient tribal ritual: burn a handful of coarse salt on the fire (in this case, the kitchen stove)… it should work 😀

  1. We prepared for fleas and they’re not a problem, but we’re fighting the mosquitoes and yellow flies.

    Sorry to hear that you’re going to have snow once again. On the bright side, it might mean you don’t have the flying biters attacking you…yet 🙂

  2. I do not envy you. I clean a litter box twice, daily and the Lab leaves land mines that must be Wally World bagged at least three times a week. I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve abandoned shoes at the back door and cursed myself for missing my community service poop patrol. 💩

  3. Reblogged this on Two on a Rant and commented:
    I’m grateful I live in the country where the weeds and wildflowers are my yard; where the cats and dogs use the doggie door to run through a jungle of trails, and the boys (coon cats) don’t like using the litter box, preferring to go outside.

    In the summer, I wear the 50 cent flip-flops I bought the year before, use a spray hose to clean the accidental poop off them before going into the house and throw them away after they’re so destroyed that bread bag tags can’t even keep the tops of them from falling off (usually about 5 months).

    I pray that I never have to be forced to live inside a city or in a suburb again. 🙂

  4. So WONDERFUL! I like the country and smaller towns rather than big cities. Though I do miss the entertainment, the variety of foods and the clothing stores! 😀

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