Tuesday, January 13, 2009

someone blew it

Blew it big time. Forgot the camera. Was all distracted in the car, saying, "Did I bring the camera? Do you have YOUR camera? Why didn't I remember the camera?"

Yesterday afternoon, Madison went socializing. We drove to Davie with Man-dad and his daughter, who is staying with us for awhile, planning a move to Fort Lauderdale. We went to visit El Lobo kennel, to see Cynthia, Madison's breeder, and to meet the new litter of puppies, just five weeks old and just with their first set of puppy shots.

So why didn't H-Mom bring her camera. Like she wouldn't need it. Like she wouldn't keep saying, "Why didn't I bring it?"

Because here is what Madison did:
  • Nuzzled right up and kissy kissy licky licky-d Cynthia
  • Explored the yard where she had played as a little puppy (did she remember?)
  • Tousled with her brother - a really big boy - who is waiting to picked up by his new human from Texas
  • Played in the "North 40" with her sister, Gypsy, her "face twin" but a bit stockier in the body
  • Rolled and wrestled and reveled in the country - Madison is definately a city girl
  • Rubbed noses with her mother through the fence
  • Passed out in the car on the way home
Each one a photo opportunity of major proportions. The material coffee table books are made of.

Meanwhile, H-Mom is taking pictures of the puppies with her ... phone. How lame is that? And of course the photos are terrible. Just embarrassing. You can barely tell that they are puppies, really really cute puppies.

But H-Mom and Man-dad and accompanying daughter all held them and kissed them and can attest that they are really really cute puppies.

Madison was tired from running with Gypsy and happily flopped into the car. She was more than pleased, as well, that not a single one of the little puppies found their way into the automobile.








8 comments:

Deetz said...

I cannot believe she forgot the camera...I am sure you told her numourous'esses of times to bring it.
I swear, if I had been there, I know all those puppies would have somehow made it in our vehicle and my home would have been their forever home forever and ever.
Deetzy

Sen, Tama and Tom said...

Aaaaaaaggggggggggggghhhhhhhh!!!!! The camera forgetting thing is baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad!!!!!

Eduardo said...

No! I bet H-Mom beat herself up pretty bad about forgetting the camera, my Mommy hates herself when she forgets the camera! I bet Madison was a sight to be seen loving & playing with everybody!Well those are some cute pups! Yeah, I'm the boss, I wanted to see how many bloggers would catch that, I even left a big hint(the mug that say,"World's Greatest Boss") Some were still like, "The boss is going to fire you!" That made Mommy laugh big time! Can't get anything past you though H-Mom & Madison! BOL! Thats a good thing!
Hugs & Snugs
Eduardo the Snuggle Puggle

The Devil Dog said...

That is pretty funny. We know your mom will be mad at herself for a while, but we think it's funny. Sorry.
:)

Roxy & Lucky

It's something mom would do.

Kess And Her Mama said...

It happens to the best of us. She did a fairly commendable job with the limitations of the camera phone. The pups are real cute.

Joey said...

Whoa, Madison, when I saw the puppy picture on my sidebar I thought maybe you'd gotten a new brother or sister! Those pups are cute, but you're cuter.

Later!
Joey

Stanley said...

Aw, Madison!

Please give your mama some soothing goober smooches after taking you visting sans camera. Sounds like she's beating herself up a bit.

I would love to see you wrasslin and running like the wind out with your brother & sister, and kissing up to your mama. Do you have photos from when you were a wee puplet to show us? That would be loverly!

We especially like that last photo of the puppy trying to smooch on the phone. We'd like to smooch back!

Goober love,
Stanley

Maggie and Mitch said...

Awwwwwwwwwww, aren't they just adorable! We can't believe your mom came home empty handed, Madison! Didn't you plead with them that you needed a sib?!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch


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