Wordless Wednesday!

Wordless Wednesday (sort of)…post-3

2 different ideas of idle time…


teaserbadgesummer16-3We finally guessed right on Sammy’s Teaser!! 99% of the time we have NO idea where the mystery photo is taken and sometimes we don’t even guess – but as soon as we saw the photo from yesterday we knew – Boston!!!

We’ll see you tomorrow! Have a beautiful day!!

It’s almost time – It’s no joke – No matter who you want as President – Exercise your Constitutional Right and VOTE!!!!






Brothers in Arms

IMG_3168 It’s been a busy week so we’re behind schedule a bit! Mom took this photo this morning while we were sitting, waiting patiently for our breakfast. We were both hungry so we refused to look at the camera. 


It’s bad enough that we’re only fed twice a day, that we have to wait all night for breakfast, then mom has the nerve to loll about in bed after her alarm goes off before getting up to head to the kitchen!  Simon’s giving me the stink eye – he says I should be grateful we aren’t out on the streets having to forage for food the way he did when he was younger. I suppose he’s right. But no matter what he says – I AM NOT SPOILED!!


teaserbadgesummer16-4I didn’t do so well in Sammy’s  Tuesday Teaser and I got another Greenie! This is a new one and it’s very nice!!!  Even if it means I don’t know my geography!





Wondering if you want to pawticipate in our Gymnastic Bathing Event for the Blogville Pawlympics? You say you have photos from eons ago but nothing recent? That’s okay!!! It doesn’t matter – send them to me anyway!! And look! This is what you’ll get when the event is held:

2016 Pawlympics Medal

Yep! That’s right a beautiful  medal created by none other that Ann of Zooaltry!!! Isn’t it fabulous???   You have until tomorrow to get them in to us!! (Shhh! don’t tell! You can send them in to us anytime during the rest of July!)

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We’ve had some issues with our email address above. If your submission doesn’t go through – let us know in the comment section and I’ll go to your blog and leave my other email address.


Simon will be back tomorrow for Friday Fill-Ins!! Have a great day!!





Let’s Go Pink!!

It’s National Pink Day!!!

Simon, PeggySue and I decided to celebrate by going PINK!

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Also as a special tribute, here’s Angel LadyBird celebrating National Pink Day last year!



teaserbadge2016-2 I forgot to post this yesterday but it fits right in with today’s post!! It’s a Pinkie Badge from Sammy’s Tuesday Teaser!!!


National-Pink-Day-June-23-300x150  Read all the way to the end for some interesting stuff about Pink Day!!

Also, we have a very special announcement to make on Saturday so be sure to tune in!!!

cb-summer Blog Hopping!!


National Pink Day is observed annually on June 23rd.  This day is set aside for the color pink and all it represents.

First used as a color name in the late 17th century, pink is a pale red color which got its name from a flower of same name.

According to surveys in both the United States and Europe with results indicating that the color pink combined with white or pale blue is most commonly associated with femininity, sensitivity, tenderness, childhood and the romantic.  Pink, when combined with violet or black is associated with eroticism and seduction.

Dating back to the 14th century, “to pink” (the verb) means “to decorate with a perforated or punched pattern.”

It would have been curious to find pink used in fabric or decor during the Middle Ages.  Occasionally it was seen in women’s fashion and religious art.  In the 13th and 14th century, the Christ child was sometimes portrayed dressed in pink, the color associated with the body of Christ. Pink was mainly used for the flesh color of faces and hands during the Renaissance.

The Rococo Period (1720-1777) was the golden age for the color pink. Pastel colors became very fashionable in all the courts of Europe during this time.  Madame de Pompadour (1721-1764), the mistress of King Louis XV of France, was known for wearing the color pink, often combined with light blue.  At one point in time, Ms. Pompadour had a particular tint of pink made specifically for her.

Pink ribbons or decorations were worn by young boys in 19th century England.  The men in England wore red uniforms and since boys were considered small men, boys wore pink.

Pink became much bolder, brighter and more assertive in the 20th century and 1931, the color “Shocking Pink” was introduced.

As one of the most common colors of flowers, pink serves to attract the insects and birds that are necessary for pollination.

For more information, visit the National Day Calendar page for National Pink Day.