When I see Anna’s face, it perfectly depicts this phrase. *By the way no dogs were harmed in the making of this caption contest, just sayin’.*
I decided to post a few more favorites as well.
Geez…no need to bare all that calcium. All I was saying is that the collar would look a lot better down HERE a bit…
Submitted by the very witty Jessica from Booshy blog.
We both get tickled when we read that since the little paw is pulling the collar down. Ha. Booshy was my very first blog friend commenter, for reals.
Dude, you need to back that mouth up. The breath alone is killer.
From my dear funny blog friend Foxy who writes The Fox Den blog.
I’ve been a fan from day one of finding her. She is pregnant with her FIRST baby. I get to meet her in March to take maternity photographs and I….can’t…..wait! Squeeee!!
This was very fun. You are all crazy wonderful for participating and giving us so much joy and laughter – which we always LOVE. I hope you enjoyed as well. If ever I get another great caption photo, we will definitely do it again (odds are high since I am taking photos EVERY day for 365 project).
It’s actually not even my cup. I got it for Jason on his birthday last year, but it is so much sweeter drinking from his cup of happy. It’s almost a sneaky happy. But really we are sharing our happy. Isn’t that what newlyweds do? Ha.
Tomorrow, we are taking the girls to Oklahoma for the first time. Molly swears she has been there before. Hmmmm, well, I don’t think so and I sure don’t think her mom has ever taken her. But that’s okay. After tomorrow she can say she has been to Oklahoma and it will be for real. I hope she enjoys our tradition of singing the song, Oklahoma, when we cross the border.
OooooooooooooKLAHOMA, where the wind comes sweeping down the plain…..and the waving wheat, it sure smells sweet when the wind comes right behind the raaaain…..OooooooooKLAHOMA!
Hope it doesn’t scare her. It’s worth the risk. We (Sydney & I) just can’t break tradition.
As for featured entertainment (besides our singing), we have all iPhones charged and plenty of headphones. Yes!
The girls will get to see their Grandma B, her 20 or so dogs, and her little cottage. They will get to see country and small town living. I hope they get to meet their cousin-in-laws; my brother’s children from marriage. There will be many firsts. I don’t think I will have a problem capturing Day 8 of 365, but I will have a hard time picking the “one” to showcase that day.
Mom is very excited.
It’s always nice to visit home. I am very lucky to be only three hours away.
Maybe I’ll wash my cup o’ happy and have some more tomorrow.
Welcome to the weekend!
Do you have any big plans? Does anyone else still have a Christmas tree up? (totally slacking here with one tree still up – oops!)