Tired, Tired, Tired

Saturday was rainy all day long, so when Sunday dawned clear and bright, Hu-Dad had a plan. Seems he decided that we were going to do lots of hiking and walking because he was trying to make sure we were super tired. You know, that old “A Tired Sibe is a Good Sibe” thing he keeps saying. Anyway, we would like to protest that we are not tired.

too tired to stand up

I will protest just as soon as I stand up. You know, like, tomorrow.

Ok, so maybe Typhoon might have been a little tired, but surely his big brother has plenty of energy.

Can;t keep eyes open.

Can’t keep eyes open.

Hmmm, both Typhoon and Frankie were tired. And we all know the Senior Team was off to bed early. That leaves things up to our resident red head to resist.

Too tired to life both ears.

Too tired to lift both ears.

Drats. Hu-Dad seems to have won one round. Guess we have to let him win every now and then to keep it interesting.


  1. Mom, Ice 'n Ebby on October 12, 2015 at 7:09 pm

    Mom sez: Must have been a WONDERFUL hike! Wish I could send Ebby down there to share in some of those adventures!

  2. Lori on October 12, 2015 at 7:16 am

    Oh my goodness❤️ Tired Sibes are precious?

  3. Melon on October 12, 2015 at 6:01 am


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