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Monday, January 10, 2011

LIfe Lesson #9

Couch Surfing
is a birth right.

Just sayin!

Actually this is a lesson for Mom. I KNOW you have a thing about "dogs" on the furniture. But it's going to happen - so you should just relax and cuddle up with me!

10 comments:

Sierra Rose said...

Ah yes...cuddle with the sweetest of couch surfers.

Sweet hugs,
Sierra Rose

Samantha said...

Ohhhhh... my lil sis just did that yesterday and Mom was not furry happy; now that she sees that YOU did it, I'll relent and let Avalon's indiscretions pass hehehe!
Hugs xoxox
Sammie and Avalon

♥I am Holly♥ said...

Definitely true! Lots of love, Holly and mom

Ben said...

You are singin' to the choir sista. We are right there with ya on this one - surfs up!!!
Ben and the Fellas

Ollie said...

You can see by Abbey's technique in this photo that she was a pro. You don't just get on the couch -but on TOP of the pillows as well, for maximum comfort and cushiness. Job well done! Ellie has a head start in life with Abbey's lessons to guide her.

Sam said...

We struggled with Monty when we first got him. Then we gave up and just allowed him on the couch. Now he hardly ever gets in trouble!

Sam

1000 Goldens said...

Sweetest, sweetest picture :)

Wrigley said...

I thought the couch was mine until Mom informed me it wasn't - who knew??

Wags N Kisses,
Wrigley

Curt Rogers said...

Tonight on my own blog I wrote about coming home to discover Duncan curled up on the couch, which is not at all unusual. What struck me about it was that he'd pulled one of my sweaters down the hall and onto the couch where he could curl up on it and sleep.

I wish I could tell you how many times I've clutched a piece of clothing to my face after someone has gone so I could breathe them in. The place in the brain that processes smells is right next door to the place that handles memory, which is why scent is the sense that has the strongest connection to memory.

How wonderful for our four-legged companions to curl up on that place where we rest and breathe us in all day. It must be like we're right there with them, connected and close, despite time and distance.

Abbey is wise indeed.

Sugar the Golden Retriever said...

Woof! Woof! Happy New Year! Just catching up from a long holiday break.
First, a Golden Congrats ...LOVE the name ELLIE. She is adorable. Looking forward to Ellie's adventures as a new city doggie.
LOVE LOVE to be on the couch ... very comfy. A great way to spend the day. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar