Saturday, November 08, 2008

Now That I Have Your Undivided Attention


"I Love You!"



18 comments:

Suza said...

Now this is the kind of "peculiar" laundry I could get used to hanging on the line! What better way to say "I love you!" Adorable.

John-Michael said...

There is, of course, always the outside chance that it is only 'Puppy Love.' But you can be most certain that I am not 'stringing you along,' just to leave you 'hanging out to dry.' But you may consider yourself well forewarned that I just might have my 'hang ups.' (OK, OK, I'll stop now!) [silly grin]

I am indeed glad that you enjoyed this brief (and altogether true) bit, Dear Suza.

Lovingly ...

Anonymous said...

Ah so sweet! What an awesome way to put a smile on my face. Thanks John-Michael

Lisa L.

John-Michael said...

The very thought of putting a smile on your face (with all that goes with the 'smile happening') reinstalls the smile that this image put on my face when it was sent to me. I do like this business of expanding the boundaries of a Smile, by extending it to my personal World, and Those who share it with me.

Loving you, Dear Lisa ...

willow said...

Awww!!! We had two yellow labs, both gone now, God rest their doggie souls. They looked just like this as puppies, or pupperds as we used to call them. :^)

John-Michael said...

For the happy memories that this image conjures, I am delighted, Darling Willow. For the sadness of loss, I am sad with you.

Lovingly ...

aims said...

They look so sweet - and so helpless!

I wonder if they smell like fresh laundry?

John-Michael said...

They are plotting and planning their next area of explorative conquest. Having enjoyed this new perspective, they are now aware of possibilities for scampering to, and playing with that had been hidden from them at ground level. So, whilst their care-taker is imagining that he is enjoying a break from the chase ... he is, in fact, allowing his adversaries a moment for aerial reconnaissance that he will pay dearly for. (Can you tell that your John-Michael is in the midst of his second day of house/critter-sitting for his brother who is on vacation in Hawaii. Never before have I cared for 5 horses, 2 lamas, 5 goats, 4 barn-cats, 9 chickens [it was 10 proior to my starting my day with funeral services for 1], 1 house-dog, and 1 house-cat. A bit overwhelming? You could say that!)

Thanks for leting me vent, Dearest Aims. Now I am off to the noon 'haying' of the horses (the 3 at the upper-barn, and the 2 at the lower barn)and feeding of the house-cat. [goofy grin]

Loving you ...

lime said...

that is nearly unbearably cute!

love ya right back ;)

John-Michael said...

This is one of those 'along the way' moments that require stopping and reminding my Self ... and You, Dear Friend ... of the uncomplicated and pure essence of what makes the journey worth its taking ... simply ... Love.

Loving You, Sweet Lime ...

Judi FitzPatrick said...

Too cute for words! Thanks for sharing your "love".
Peace, Judi

Anonymous said...

Adorable puppies John-Michael. Sounds like you have your hands full housesitting & animalsitting. Want some HELP?

John-Michael said...

With a comfortable sense of peaceful pleasure, in my being able to provide a bit of 'cuteness' to your world ... I am even more gratified that I can share some of my Heart's genuine Love for you ... My Lovely Friend, Judi.

namaste ...

John-Michael said...

How could I possibly deny you the joy of these adorable creatures, My Darling Anonymous Friend!? And ... Yes! ... I do feel my hands quite full with meting the needs of all of these critters.

HELP!!!

Smiling ...

nitebyrd said...

I can imagine the chaos with all those sweeties running 'round the house! So cute!

John-Michael said...

I do believe that the 4 pairs of them represent immeasurable potential for 'puppy mayhem.' And I do agree with you, Dear NiteByrd, in your 'adorable' opinion.

Loving You ...

Don Mills Diva said...

You're a little bit crazy but I'm kinda partial to you too! :-)

John-Michael said...

The "little bit crazy" part is the part that attends to the "coping" requirements of life. (I never did like the moaning and groaning approach to coping.[smile]) I'm glad that you have reserved a place of "partiality" in your heart for me, My Don Mills Dear. The appearance of your name or an awareness of your Presence ALWAYS stills my Spirit and delivers an immediate glow of appreciative fondness for You. There is a special place in my heart that is (and always will be) reserved for you. You bless me!

I love you, don't ya know!?

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