Friday, June 12, 2015

This & That & Whatever

 Stanley wanted to post a picture that was taken the day after he was stung by the bee.  He wanted to prove he was fine now.


Mom says I keep dragging all the toys out.  I think she is just picky.  These are just a few of the "supplies" me and Stanley need.  Mom keeps most of our "supplies" downstairs and each time I (Murphy) go outside I stop in and grabs some more "supplies" to bring to the living room.  This is a good plan since it gives both mom and me plenty of exercise.


Now I want to remind you about the rodeo.  We are hosting barrell riding and we need your photos of you on your horse by the end of June!  Yes, the dead lion is June 30th!  We said we could help 15 furends who needed help with the photo editing.  So if you need help we need your photos sooner than later (only 15!).  The reason for this is so mom can start working on them (you can use the pics of you on your horse to enter other events too).  And mom is going to be out of town and "out of the loop" starting in a few days.  And, me and Stanley will be attending the Better Cities Conference & Convention for the same time so that is why we say "sooner than later".

We're gonna put up the rodeo poster again.  BUTT you need to know in addition to the furends on the poster, Sarge is doing brand stamping and Sweet William is going to be the official rodeo announcer.  You need to visit all these furends so you know what to send them to be in that specific event!  We are going to ask Oz to put up a blog hop for us to make it easy.  Oh, speaking of Oz, please visit him and check out his super secret blog hop he is doing for Bravo!




Murphy & Stanley

22 comments:

  1. Boys, I am glad Stanley is alright! As for the toys, Hunter does the very same thing-takes them and spreads them all over the house. I hope you have a great weekend!
    Wags and love, Noreen-who is missing Hunter

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  2. Oh no! I'm glad you're okay. Getting stung is no fun! Phoenix is always a bee victim! :(

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  3. Ouch - that would not of been fun getting stung by a bee - hope it is all better now

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  4. Bailey's face was swelled up on Tuesday - the vet thinks it is his molar and put him on antibiotics but it came on fast - they did not notice Tuesday morning - then Tuesday afternoon the left side was swelled up. Mom wonders if he got stung or bit by something. It is almost better now
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  5. Glad Stanley's okay now. We get in trouble for having our toys all over the place...sheesh! You've gotta get them out to play with them!

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  6. You know what's funny, leave out a bone and listen to her when she steps on it in the middle of the night
    Lily & Edward

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  7. Hari OM
    Stanley! I missed the news of your altercation with the bee... glad you're good...

    Murphy! Tell mum you are assisting in the ten again campaign...

    Doodz and fellow Blogvillagers.... have had six submissions of cowpoke ditties... now it would be better to have a dozen... AT LEAST!!! Get scribbling...

    Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  8. You're a picture of pawfect health there Stanley
    I is sooo excited about the rodeo, this Princess plans on haffin' a pawsome time, so watch out!!!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  9. WE got our BARRELS today.... and we will Practice and then send our pictures... it is gonna be A GRRRREAT time... we can't wait fur the Rodeo...

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  10. We are glad that the bee's Sting didn't make you sick or swell all up. WHEW..

    Now about those SUPPLIES.... one MUST have the Tools of the Trade... close at paw... READY fur INSTANT Action... and One NEVER knows WHICH thingy will be needed... so one NEEDS to have a VARIETY. THAT is OUR story and we are sticking to it.

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  11. OMD there is always so much excitement going on in Blogville!!!

    I love it.


    Loveys Sasha

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  12. Hi Y'all!

    So glad Stanley is alright.

    Y'all come on by,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

    We've moved to http://www.browndogcbr.net

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  13. you were stung by a bee Stanley?!? Are you ok buddy?? Seems like you should get extra belly rubs and treats for that!

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  14. Pawrents need to understand we NEED our supplies. There are 9 of us here so that's a lot of supplies! ;)

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  15. Crikey Stanley ..... you got stung by a bee?? How bad is that. It's happened to me. I can't resist 'em. If it moves I catch it and then whammo ....... agony!!! I sure hope you're alright, mate. That's a mighty good lookin' lot of stuffies you got there. I like you're filing system.

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  16. that bees sometimes have a bad bee-havior, huh? I stepped on one once and I've got a paw like an elephant... hope efurrything is fine and the bad adventure is history soon. guess what? my picture is ready...butt I'm not sure if my mom really understood the rules of barrel riding :o)
    easy rider

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  17. I'm allergic to bee stings. Glad Stanley is OK. My boys are really looking forward to the rodeo!

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  18. I like to spread out my toys too.

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  19. We're glad Stanley is feeling better from that nasty bee thing. Murphy is like Walter with those toys. Every day Walter takes a toy from the living room and brings it upstairs and sometimes he does the reverse.

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  20. Wow, do you have a lot of toys! If any of those need de-stuffed, just let me know!
    Glad you're OK after the bee sting!
    Cammie!

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  21. You sound like Floyd with the stuffies... Except he takes them outside and forgets to bring them back in!

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  22. Molly the Golden loves to keep us exercised...picking up her toys, all over the house and yard! lol
    How nice of you to think of Mom! lol
    Hugs and belly rubs to Murphy & Stanley,
    Kathy and Molly

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