Friday, November 18, 2011

Peep Psychology


Last year, we celebrated Thanksgiving with the Ponderosa (Steak House) cooking for us.  It was very good!


This year...


Guess who's cooking?


Note to self:  Be sure and take Turkey 
out of freezer to thaw.  Today!!


And What are you're plans for the coming week?  


Dear Diary,

When you've been around as long as I have...  you learn peep psychology.  This is when you can decipher what your peeps aka mom and dad are really thinking.  Gracie, you're a pig means: Oh, look at how sweetly she drags her food into the living room to eat.  She is too smart to be a dog!  Gracie, why must you always be Velcro-ed to my side? means:  Is there any way you can get closer?  I love you so, my pet!  Gracie, you belong at the foot of the bed means: Do you have to sleep at the foot of the bed?  I'd sleep much better if you were here...  close to me.  
Yep.  Got 'em figured out. Gracie.

17 comments:

  1. BOL, You are so smart Gracie! Thanks for teaching me thes things!
    Lovies, Miss Mindy

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  2. Yep Gracie, you have them all figured out!

    Cooking the dinner, oh, no! That is so much work, and then you have all those nasty leftovers... ;-)

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  3. You keep talking Gracie and soon mom and dad will do exactly as you say. : ) Such a cutie.

    Oh my, I love your Ponderosa idea. There have been years we have had no one to share Thanksgiving with and Ponderosa would have been a good idea. This year we have been invited out and I'm making my list for a couple of dishes I'll make. Eating with friends and family will be fun too. Happy Thanksgiving! Give Gracie extra turkey I'm sure Asher (our pup) will get some too.

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  4. You give me idea, Gracie. Me tinks me will send da peeps to Ponderosa dis year. Mee just hates dat loud noise da smokey detector makes whenever da Momma cooks!

    :o)

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  5. Good thinking, Gracie; you've figured them out well! And, Bobbi, is this a good time to remind you to take the turkey out of the freezer?

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  6. Gracie always cracks me up...oh, and so do you! ;-)

    I'm cooking for my mom & stepdad, hubby, my son, and myself. Oh, and I imagine Leyna (Min Pin) will likely get a few bites of forbidden turkey, as she's learned to hang out close to my stepdad's chair during dinner. Though we've pleaded w/him, "don't give Leyna table scraps", he's like a naughty child who refuses to obey. Leyna's got no problem with that. ;-)

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  7. Alice and I are cooking this year and having a couple of friends over. Should be busy.

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  8. We are going to our daughter's house for the day. Her in-laws are cooking. I am taking deviled eggs and fruit salad. We buy Eggslands Best Eggs, too - - same as you.

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  9. Took awhile but now you know! I can smell Thanksgiving Din Din already!

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  10. Awww! What a sweet picture!!! You have to cook? For how many? Bummer! But you are thawing the turkey a week ahead of time? Are you celebrating early? Isn't it just annoying to get so many questions?? That's just ME, I'm a curious person!

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  11. Woof! Woof! It takes a long time to cook a Thanksgiving dinner. We always go to a friends house ... we are bringing some yummy appetizers that I am not allowed to taste (its for human only). I heard that they will provide a special treat for all the doggie n cats. It will be FUN.
    YAH! Don't forget to take the Turkey out ... Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  12. GRACIE you have indeed figured out your peeps. They LOVE you. Bobbi we were planning a trip to Maryland to visit my aging folks, but my hubby has been very sick and that got canceled. So I'm taking it a day at a time. Thanksgiving is up in air. Take care.

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  13. I think all will be well fed at your house, Bobbi! How fun!

    Gracie's thoughts were so cute; she really does know her peeps!

    betty

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  14. Dear Gracie
    Training your pawrents is a never ending job!
    I hope I get a bite of turkey (at least)after everyone stuffs themselves
    love
    tweedles

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  15. Now Gracie, you and Sophie have been talkin'!

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  16. Oh Gracie, you are mighty spoiled:) Love the picture of you and Dad snoozing!

    Happy Thanksgiving dear Bobbi, I know everyone will enjoy your wonderful meal! Have a blessed day my friend, HUGS!

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  17. I am sure your Thanksgiving feast will be wonderful. Ours will be spent with our son and his family. Wonderful to be sure. Cant post til I get my puter back so wishing all the blogger friends a Happy Turkey Day. Hugs, LJ

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