Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Jack in a bed

Good Morning! DH was off early to do paperwork for next job. Evidently, Jack got cold and joined me in the pre-dawn darkness, managing to get up on the bed on his own. He missed his warm body. I had fallen asleep without even getting under the covers, but he found a spot under my throw. Seems if he has the incentive - he can get on my bed just fine. Jill has yet to get up the nerve.

  Proves that if there's a will, there's a way. Have a good day!

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  1. Jack sure looks like one happy boy. Usual in morning when one of us get up. Our dog Daisy joins us.
    Coffee is on

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  2. I like Jack. He has a face you got to love.

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    1. I think that about almost every dog ;-)

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    1. Thanks, Theresa, you have some pretty good looking 'babies' yourself!

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  4. I would say Jack likes the old new bed or the new old bed. Oh whatever he likes it.

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    1. I'd say. Jill gets nervous when we put her up. I fear a broken leg if she jumps wrong, she's so skiddish.

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  5. Bless his heart. He looks quite contented. Jill will have to take lessons. Poor Gracie is getting old. It usually takes her 3-4 tries before she masters the jump anymore. I have tried steps but she turns up her snoot at that..

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    1. He is getting quite good at jumping up, his shoulder seems to be fine now. He leaps up there like a deer over a tall fence. Poor Gracie, you'll just have to keep lifting her.

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  6. Yup they always find a way. Love our furbabies

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    1. I'm sure that lots of people wonder why I would even want them on the bed. I thought this myself when I luxuriated by myself, at first. Seeing Jill huddled, shaking, alone - I wanted to comfort her. Jack gets cold sometimes and wants my body heat. Those were my reasons for wanting a bigger bed in the first place. I am such a pushover ...

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