SO corny--but STILL cute!!
Big smiles.Love, "alpaca your things". An Italian alpaca maybe? :)
Love it! How are you feeling?
fishducky; corny, haven't heard that word for a while. Have you ever had an animal look at you then turn away and you'd swear he's laughing? I always wonder what they're thinking when they laugh at us humans.Vicki; definitely an Italian alpaca!Gillie; thanks. Better but still tired. I've been doing too much and just don't cope with the heat the way I used to. I may take every Tuesday off...
Oh, this was the laugh I needed today! Should have come to your blog sooner. :-) x
So much pun!I love puns - corny but still giggle worthy :-) I hope you are keeping cool as I see there is more heat on the way to Adelaide. I'll send you some of our ice.
Cassandra; I do like to make people laugh on Wednesdays; it's that middle of the week slump, so this helps, I hope.Marie; As long as I don't have to be running around out in the heat, I'm fine. I have an airconditioner now, so I don't need any ice, but thanks anyway.
So fun for my kiddos for Valentine's day. Thanks!
Sosmetimes just their expressions speak volumes.
Very cute. I wish I could hear what animals have to say. Some times you do see in the eyes of cats and dogs, expressions that are almost human.
Linda O'Connell; I don't see the connection, but feel free to use the images.Delores; they certainly do, have you seen some of the LOL cats and dogs? I love smiling kittens and puppies that look overjoyed to see something.Munir; some expressions are very human, I can always tell when my daughter's cat is angry with me.