Thursday, August 23, 2012

About Those Sitzbank Cushions...

Ha roo, pups and cool cats.  It's me, Zim.  Hmm.  Yeah.  About those sitzbank cushions on yesterday's post.  I think it's entirely possible that one of those big wind gusts we get here in Kansas came through the front door, swept up the sitzbank cushions, then landed them by the door on its way out.  Yep.  Entirely possible.

IMG_0378 Zim
"Who, me?"

What?  You think I had something to do with that?  Well, perhaps I did.  And perhaps when I give someone the following look later today, she'll take me on an adventure:

IMG_0060 Zim
I have now perfected the Harp Seal Look

Yep.  Lots of possibilities out there.  Right, guys?

IMG_0438 The boys
Front to back:
"Ha roo roo roo!"
"Good boy, Zimmie!"
"Ha woo!"

Us guys are of one mind on this!

Play bows,
Zim

Note from the mom of the Ao4:  Sigh...

21 comments:

  1. Oh yes the wind did it. That is entirely possible. Why would anyone think any differently? I need to go back and study the seal look. I think I could use that to my advantage.
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  2. heck i'd take you for a walk (and i don't walk) if you looked at me like that...as far as the big wind..we have lots of hot air in our house so it is entirely possible that it happened that way!
    stella rose

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  3. Big WIND... or a HERD of Squirrels.

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  4. hey - it is possible - there are tornadoes out there right? so it was just a small local tornado that got the cushions.... MOL

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  5. My vote is on the wind. I didn't even notice the cushion yesterday b/c I was too busy admiring your portraits back there.

    Nora

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  6. I'm not so sure about that wind excuse Zim. You can't fool me because I'm a dog mom too. Enjoy whatever adventure you get to go on.

    Cindy

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  7. Wind gusts scare us!
    Benny & Lily

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  8. I've heard all about that skeery Kansas wind. It can blow whole houses away! You're lucky it was just the cushion that it took.

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  9. Your mom is way outnumbered!

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  10. How could you not believe that face. I totally believe you.

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  11. I came back to ask what the name SitzBank means? Is it some sort of special Pillow thingy? Did you BUY or Make them??? What is the deal? Curious Minds..(MINE) want to know. HEHEHEHE

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  12. Yup - entirely the wind. ...but, if you need a good lawyer, Sam and Monty sure know one!

    Sam

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  13. Zim, you have definitely mastered the Harp Seal look. The future is yours!

    Kisses,
    Stella

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  14. sure Zim, a little dust devil came knocking at your door and when someone answered... :-/

    hang on...our mom just saw your harp seal look...she went flying out the door and wanted us to tell you she'd be there in about a week to take you on an adventure :D

    Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, HOllie

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  15. Hmmm... that wind! Haaaa....
    I am sure you two were out for a nice walkie after those pictures!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  16. Maybe you have ghosts. I hope not, but it would be kind of cool as long as they were friendly ghosts that just moved stuff around for fun.

    Loveys Sasha

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  17. Tornadoes did it...... you are innocent! Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  18. Not a big fan of wind....Have a fun weekend, my friend!

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  19. Well, the winds off our ocean can be awfully strong - yours must have been coming off the Kansas Ocean, right? Our winds rolled the grill right off the top deck down the stairs to the second level last year! No kidding!

    Woo know, I think as we get "more mature:, we really do get that harp seal look down. Woo got it down to pawfection! Mom says Jack does it beawootifully with his ears pinned flat to his head. My ears stick out too far sideways to do that.

    Miss Moo

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  20. The wind excuse is a little weak...

    Stop on by for a visit
    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com

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