A New Problem

Yesterday, Frankie shared how the chair he was using was just a little small for napping. Astute readers noticed that the Hu-dad had not removed the pillow from the chair, but that has been resolved. Of course, there is always a new problem.

chair comfy

Thanks for making my chair comfy, Hu-dad.

Now I can relax.

Now I can relax.

do you wanna play

Hey, Big Bro! Do you wanna play? Huh? Do you? Do you?

always a new problem

Sigh. There is always a new problem.

Run, Typhoon, Run

Run, Typhoon, Run.

1 Comment

  1. Donna Wolfe on September 20, 2014 at 3:07 pm

    LOVE the ear set, the paw, the tongue on the end of the nose, TY is very vocal without saying a word!!

    I saw Marcia at Siberian Husky Assist is putting together a fund raising calendar of alumni, you need to send her some pictures!!

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