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August 28, 2013

Cute Critters That Understand

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I don't know about you, but I'm feeling that mid-week slump ... 

Rolling_French_Bulldog_puppy

I probably shouldn't have over indulged this weekend...

Yes, cupcake!

...'cuz now I'm feeling a little chubby...

I think I ate too much

Why did I even step on the scale?

What the...

Aaaaagh! Why?

Why? Why?

And then there's that skinny, over-achieving co-worker...

Over-achiever

You've got to be kidding me!

Long-suffering dog

Just hand me my coffee with my high-fat high-sugar creamer NOW!

I need COFFEE!!!

 I think I'm feeling a little better...

A little perkier

 Maybe... after a bit more coffee

After my second cup of coffee

I'm trying here... see???

Really really trying

 Ummm... nevermind.

Fluffy, cute, and sleepy

I'm just going to embrace my cute, wrinkly fluffiness.

Love me, in all my wonderfulness!

And rock what I've got!

With grace and dignity

Hang with my trusted friends (who also understand me, no matter what!)

Trusted friend

And dance my troubles away! 

Dancing dogs 

(And those friends will kindly delete any incriminating Facebook posts)

No pictures please!

Share this with the friends who "get" you!

 

 

 

Dona on July 21 at 3:09 PM said:

very cute

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