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Chillin' with beagles

It had been a busy weekend. My oldest grandson had a hockey tournament in Anchorage for Presidents Day. They did well and placed first in their division. He's a heck of a goalie.
We got some fresh snow to brighten things up. It's been more like winter is supposed to be but we're not getting our normal snow fall. Whatever normal is anymore.
 So when it's time to chill, I usually hang with my pups. They are always a good source for laughter or a scratch behind the ear. That's their ear, not mine.
 They're always up for a nap. They pretty much take over my couch. If I napped as much as they did, I'd get nothing done. Of course, they're only job is being a beagle and they do that well.
 They are always on guard for what ever it might need to be. Anything from a stranger walking down the street or me making a sandwich for lunch.
I think I'll do stories on each one here in the near future. I'm lucky to have such good pups. They're well known on Facebook.

Comments

Su-sieee! Mac said…
I wonder anyone has normal weather anymore. The past two days, we're finally feeling a winter chill. So strange to hear a winter wind without any rain. Your beagles are cuties. :-)
Kay L. Davies said…
Chillin' with a dog or dogs is such good medicine!
Kay
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Lady Fi said…
Awww - chilling with dogs is the greatest!
Su-sieee! - I agree, what is the norm?

Kay - they are my prescription for making things seem right.

Lady Fi - they don't ask for much. A little food, treats, a good walk and most of my bed.

Thanks for visiting.
Amanda McCusker said…
Congrats to you grandson, I bet that was a fun event. It's nice to have pups to help keep you company and warm.
robin andrea said…
I love when you post pics of your pups on Facebook. I look forward to reading each of their stories.
Beth F said…
Sounds like pretty perfect life for both you and the pups! I miss the big snows we used to get here in Pennsylvania
Amanda - Thank you! He was very excited.

Robin - Thank you! Obviously I enjoy their company.

Beth - Thanks! I lived in Maryland in my younger days and we use to get some heavy snowfall back then also.