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Thursday, March 25, 2010

Finn's Day

Look deep into my eyes, you want to send me bacon. Baaaaaacoooon!

Oh, never mind, I have no Jedi powers. Mommy said I could blog today since it had been a long time since I had blogged and I didn't even have to share the blog with the cat or wear funny knitted clothes! She said that Spring is here, but I don't think she knows what she's talking about because we had more of that yummy white stuff over the weekend. I have noticed more bunnies in the yard lately though. Bunnies make me feel all wiggly inside and I just know that the bunnies would be so fun to play with. Why do they run away from me? I would share my squeaky toys with them. I bet bunnies are nicer than cats. Ramius let me sniff him the other day, but then he walked off. Once we had two extra cats staying with us but they didn't even let me sniff them. Mommy said they were Grandmommy's cats but I bet they tasted just as good as Ramius does. Grandmommy likes me, I bet she would have let me snarfle her cats. Do you get to snarfle cats? Have I ever taught you how to snarfle cats? It's easy, here is a small tutorial:
  1. Find cat.
  2. Get close to cat.
  3. Bury your nose in cat's fur and inhale deeply.
  4. Exhale into cat and repeat from step 3. (It works better if your nose is wet and sometimes you might have to hold the cat in position with your paw.)
With a little bit of practice you'll get it! So I think Mommy is confused, she said she was going to treat the weeds in the backyard today. Why do the weeds need treats? When is she going to treat the dog in the house? She cooks bacon for Daddy and Caleb, why not fix some for Finn? If those weeds get bacon, I'm playing with my squeaky toys in the middle of the night. Oh, guess what? We got a bird feeder since the last time I blogged. I like the bird feeder. Now we get birds and they sit on the window sills in the breakfast room and on the patio and sometimes they make a mess with the bird food, and then when I go outside, I eat it. Bird food is yummy, but birds don't get bacon. Mommy tells me it's not there for me, but I think it is. The birds haven't told me they don't want to share. Oh, you know what else? Mommy says the lizards are back! We have a couple of giant lizards (Mommy calls them crocogators) that live in the front flower beds and apparently, they make baby lizards. (I asked her about this once and Mommy says its the birds and the bees, but she's clearly losing it because I asked about LIZARDS. I hope Mommy will be OK.) Well anyway, last year we got baby lizards in the back yard and there was one baby lizard that used to spend the night on the window screen of one of the breakfast room windows and Caleb named him Lightning Larry Luciato. He was a really pretty lizard, all grey and black and white and when you poke him with your wet nose, he'd jump and kind of freak out. There was another lizard that lived in one of the geranium pots, but he didn't get a name. He'd jump too when you goosed him. I like making the lizards jump. Ramius isn't nice to lizards. At my Nanna and Papaw's house the lizards sometimes get into the house and Ramius eats them. I'm going to keep all the lizards here outside so Ramius doesn't get them. I better go now, I'm not sure what Mommy is doing and I think someone should keep an eye on her. It's better not to leave her alone for very long.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

LOL, Finn my dog snarfles snow - then she sneezes! Try it next time it snows in Texas!
in snowy Scotland UK

9:15 AM  
Blogger Michelle said...

Nimitz likes to try to snarfle cats too but they have sharp claws and loud hisses and that can spoil the moment. Plus cats hairs get stuck in nostrils...

10:19 AM  
Blogger Sheepmom said...

Hi Finn
I have to watch myy MOM closely, too. She is going to school but all I ever see her do is write on the computer. SHE let me use the computer a couple weeks ago - it's a lap top and is great to write with.
Well, I'd better go. MOM is somewhere and I need to see what she's doing.
Bye for now.

10:19 AM  
Blogger gail said...

LOVE hearing when Finn blogs! He is a gorgeous boy.

1:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

NO! You may NOT snarfle either one of us!
Cinnamon and Shibori
(Grandmommy let us use her PC)

2:29 PM  
Blogger Turtle said...

lol, that look can also be given when u are eating. "your getting very full, you couldn't possibly take another bite, give it to the furry one!"

3:29 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Finn you are so adorable. And you have perfected that Golden look of "woe is me...won't somebody play with me." My Golden, Teddy Bear, does the same thing. His look might change tomorrow because I am bringing the Golden puppy home from the breeder.

9:29 AM  
Blogger Tiny Tyrant said...

Hi Finn!

I love to snarfle the cats too, but man those pointy ends hurt!

Scrat (hijacking mom's account for the day)

5:00 PM  

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