Thursday, August 25, 2005

Animals, All Of 'Em

This is a picture of our very dirty dog's bum. He loves to roll in filth and then shake it off inside the house...

This is why we will not be having much carpet in the house when it is done. Speaking of which, our bathroom vinyl and guest room carpet have finally arrived at the installers (from Georgia?!) and the install should happen sometime at the end of next week! Assuming I can get it painted before then. Then I'll just need to get on the ball with the living room floor and we may even be finished before winter sets in. Anyone need 300 square feet of 20 year old brown shag? Tempting, eh?

The Hub has a rather cool job. Sometimes for his job he even gets to go backpacking for three days. This is what happens to your feet if you haven't hiked in 8 months and then go backpacking for three days. Ew. He was very proud of the fact that he used one of his diabetes needles to suction the goo out of the big one on the right so that it didn't pop. Did I mention, ew?


And hey, here's something not so gross. The cute fuzzy llama across the street. I tried to get closer, but they seemed a bit skittish. Anyone know the universal llama calling noise that would be used in place of the chuck-chucking you do to a horse? "Hey llamallamallama!" didn't seem to work too well...

4 comments:

ChristysBlogg said...

Hey Suzie Christy here, I saw this cute picture of a Llama that you posted on yuor blog page. I just wanted to say that you took a real good picture of the cute Llama. Thanks for posting such a cute picture. The sun in the picture adds a beautiful sunshine glow in the background. What a perfect background for this cute Llama.If your ever trying to get close to a Llama, You could try to give them carrots. At least I think they like carrots worth a try. Anyway Suzie, I bet that you allready know this, that Llamas are related to to the Alpacas. Just a little bit of a fun fact to post to let everyone know that about the Llamas and the Alpacas. Hope you and Lee are doing welland take care. Love Christy.

Talley said...

Okay: Gross, eww & cute. In that order! : )

Robert said...

I believe the proper etiquette is to signal "Cuidado, Cuidado, Llamas!" in a false falsetto vibralto.

Its the right thing to do. In regards to your dog butt husbands ankles goo sucking...ew. A thousand times ew.

Kathleen said...

gross-o-rama.
(to lee's ankles)
freakin' adorable.
(to the llama...and maybe even to the dog butt)