Hi everypuppy and everycat! It's me - Amber! I hope each and every one of you is having a very happy day!
You know, I just love reading all the blogs! I love to learn new things and see new places and everything! I especially like the posts where you show us where you go walking and I learn really, really interesting things! Like Ari always goes on such interesting hikes and teaches us about things! And the Thundering Herd shows us such bee-roo-tiful things! And Thor and Marco Polo always make interesting discoveries! And who could forget Khyra's walks!?! And... really, the list goes on and on!
I made an interesting discovery out on our morning walk the other day and thought I should share it with you. Look! Up there! It's a football!
Apparently they grow on trees! Who knew!??!
Have a happy weekend, everypuppy! And keep your eyes peeled on your walks; you never know WHAT you'll see!
Would that be a pigskin plant?ReplyDelete
One nevfur knows what one will diskhover on one's walks!
Now that is an interesting tree. Are you pups getting any snow yet? We can't wait to see from your porch.ReplyDelete
Husky Hugs, MayaMarie
WOW... I didn't know they grew in trees. My BFF Arwen loves to play with footballs. I will have to let her know where to find more of them now!ReplyDelete
Ammy, can you please look for ham that grows on trees? Then tell my mum where to find it so I can get one in my backyard?ReplyDelete
Thanks, Huffle Mawson, Honorary Husky and Explorer Cat
Maybe its just migrating south for the winter?ReplyDelete
Woos & a-roos,
Star & Jack a-roo
Hey Ammy, do woo think I could find a puppy in one of those trees?ReplyDelete
Here, you can find plastic bottle trees! I am going to show you one of them!
Kisses and hugs
They need to plant some of those trees in Heinz field because my Steelers need to learn how to HOLD ON TO THEM and SCORE. arghReplyDelete
BOL!!! I always wondered where footballs come from :)ReplyDelete
I had no idea where footballs came from! I kind of wondered about it though. tha's cool to know!ReplyDelete
I wonder if there are also tennis ball trees? Or trees that grow Cuzes. I think those could be handy.ReplyDelete
BOL, what a strange thing to find up in a tree Amber.ReplyDelete
We love blog reading too. We think it is cool to see where other dogs hang out. Especially if they are in different countries to us.
Holly & Zac
WOO WOO AmmyReplyDelete
We totally agree with you. We learn so much on our walks and love to read and see pictures of everyone else's walks too!
Thor and Marco Polo
Footballs grow in trees!