Netloafing for Beginners
Ah, isn't he sweet?
He's so cute.Besides Tibetans are goverened by a different concept of time:walkies Timebreakfast Timelunch Timedinner Timeand nap Time.Sounds good to me.
Have you tried giving the Tibetan a digital watch instead of a dandelion? I mean what chance does he have without the proper equipment?SxEvery time I come here I start thinking about getting another dog.
David: Only in a cuddly sort of Vlad the Impaler way.Roses: Yes it sounds quite simple when you break it down. Budhist almost. Paws for thought...Scarlet: He never uses as digital watch as he's got a clock on his I-Phone. As usual, he's just seeking sympathy. He's thinking about getting another owner.
I've been seriously thinking about getting another dog. Don't think you can palm Oz or Lilly off on me though.
Does he do the one where you put the buttercup under your chin, too?
Dave: This blog is doing good work for dog rescue centres.Geoff: He did once pause to pick a buttercup. "What a silly place to leave a buttock", he said.
considering your blog clock is 12 hours adrift who are you to pass comment?
Ziggi: We are out in the Eastern Time Zone 12 hours ahead of Wilts-in-the-Heat.
If he sneezes, he'll see time fly.
Kaz: You'll see us all fly if Oz sneezes! He does make a dandy lion though.
Awww!I'd like to vote this as my favourite blog photo of the week.
Liz: Thank you. I'll tell the little clock watcher!
I share a place with a Tibetan spaniel who sleeps about twenty hours at a time and can dislocate his bag legs to crawl under gates.
Rosie: We used to have a Spaniel. Tibetan + Spaniel must be the ultimate "full-on-or-fast-asleep"!!!
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