what a cute boy! :)
Nice shot.Continuing our conversation in your previous post, other funny books:All-time favorite: Hitchhiker's Guide to the GalaxyAlso good:Dave Barry Does JapanAnne of Green Gables is hysterically funny at timesPaper Lion by George PlimptonI know there are others. They'll come to me.
Anne of Green Gables? Really? huh. Keep 'em coming, AS.
I was surprised, too. It's not wall-to-wall laughs like some of the others but the bit when Matthew tries to buy a dress for Anne nearly knocked me off the couch from laughing so hard.I'll keep thinking...
Makes me want to read it; I've only seen the old pbs televised version. I should read Dave Barry Does Japan; although I haven't spent as much time there as you have I bet I would find it humorous.
Eddy knows best.
Eddy wonders where you found that 8 ball black tennis ball?
Hehheh. I found it, forgotten in a cabinet. It's made by Kong & was probably a freebie from some past purchase. Eddy used to only want yellow tennis balls, but now he has expanded his interest.
Well captured. This is quite the doggie ball.
Right? Yeah. When you get tired of looking at it you can always ask it a question:http://www.ask8ball.net/
That's avery cute toy!
Eddy likes it Mersad, but still prefers yellow tennis balls. I should take this & just play tennis with it.
A magic 8 ball is needed!
Yes. Look deeply and concentrte. I mean...concentrate...
What a cool ball for Eddie. Cute pic!
Tennis balls are his top choice of things to love. #1.
That ball rocks. Our dog mysteriously loves only one toy: the well-chewed snowman that was the only thing that survived when we rescued him - everything else was, sadly, rotted. It's hardly photogenic, yet that never seems to cross his mind as he literally comes to life when he realizes it's there.Bless their furry little souls.
Your dog is obeying the Tantra: "Do not go to another object." Wow, whatta dog!
Talk to me.