Friday, January 15, 2010

Adam and Eve





19 comments:

  1. Wolfies! Most educational post.

    Slobbers,
    Mango

    P.S. Momma says she is working on something to post about your mom. Can't imagine what it is, but she asked you to be patient.

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  2. Apples are grrrreat things. That is a GIANT rib you have there. Did it come from an elephant???
    How did you find these delectables in all that snow???

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  3. Wolfies! So great to see you again and looking fabulous as always.

    Guess what?! My neighbours around the corner liked Graham so much that they adopted a Greyhound. Mom was over there yesterday giving her snuggles and kisses. She is very pretty. It mad her feel happy to know that Graham did some good while he with us. Besides just being an awesome dog,


    xo
    SB

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  4. Did you guys dig up a Wholly Mammoth or what? And, where did you find that apple in all that snow? We're super confused, but we are smushfaces so ya know... mom says we're sometimes a sandwich short of a picnic.

    Snorts and farts,
    Stella, Gunther and Betty

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  5. I just can't imaginge how you found those yummy treats in all that snow! Looks like you had great fun!

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  6. Luv it!!! Shows good things come to those who dig. waveney

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  7. there are lots of buried treasures at the farm!!!

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  8. Those goodies look very yummy, Wolfies! Did you find the apple in the snow? Frozen apples would be excellent, like apple ice cream.

    Kisses,
    Stella

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  9. Well, as they say 'would you adam and eve it! (believe it!)

    We were most impressed with the imagery!!

    Have a great weekend
    Clive

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  10. Oh, its a RIB!! I thought it was an antler at first... Too bad, antlers are really yummy too....

    Snorts-
    Brutus the Frenchie

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  11. Great winter shots! My dog Oscar loves fallen apples too.

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  12. Hi Wolfies! This is Frankie Furter's cousin Sarge. Sure looks cold but beautiful there in your territory! Great chew bone you got there...apples don't impress me unless covered with peanut butter. Love the scenery even though it definitely is too cold to suit my handlers. Happy birthday!

    Grrr and Woof,
    Sarge

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  13. Ginny, confess! You stole the Wooly Mammoth rib from a nearby tribe of Neanderthals, forcing their extinction and guaranteeing the ultimate success of Homo Sapiens so that we dogs could be domesticated!

    Right?

    You wolfies are awfully prescient!

    :) Canis lupis familiaris busterensis & Persephone

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  14. VERY clever post! We love it!

    Tail wags,
    Storms

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  15. Oh-oh!
    I want to know how your Adam and Eve story ended!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  16. Is that how Eve got her rib, by EATING it? now we know.

    darn wolfies. now we know why we're ALL sinners.
    It was totally THEIR fault! ;)
    wags-n-wiggles,
    wild dingo

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  17. Hi wolfies - he he he, clever title!! Wow Guinness, you make that rib look almost like a toothpick! We're getting a little nostalgic looking at your snow - ours has all gone now, sigh!! Schnauzer snuggles - JD and Max.

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