June 16, 2007

ANIMAL FARM

The dog's lived with us for two years now, and apparently he's made himself quite at home. I walked into our room just now, only to find that Charlie's really gotten in touch with his human side. There he was, sprawled out in the middle of our bed, sleeping with his head on a pillow. If he opened his mouth and spoke tomorrow, I really wouldn't be that surprised.

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Posted by: Sarah at 08:55 AM | Comments (3) | Add Comment
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1 My dog does the same thing with the pillow. It's normally very cute, but not so much when he goes to sleep before me and I have to push him out of the way. He's a bit bigger than Charlie (70 lb golden) and takes up most of the top of the bed when he decides to use a pillow.

Posted by: Peggy at June 16, 2007 11:11 AM (BIKt0)

2 Good doggie! One night I awoke to snoring and felt my husband up against me. So I nudged him a bit. He didn't move and the snoring continued. I nudged again. No change. I rolled over and saw that it was Moo (at that time about 105+ pounds) lying on her back, all four feet in the air, head on a pillow, snoring.

Posted by: Butterfly Wife at June 16, 2007 05:12 PM (Ol1EE)

3 Just wait til he tries to get under the covers! Then you'll know he's definitely gone human.

Posted by: toni at June 23, 2007 06:28 PM (M5jIa)

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