Sleepy Faces

As you have probably figured out, the Hu-Dad pulls out his camera every day and takes some photographs of us doing Siberian Husky things. Yesterday, he had much busyness things to do in his office, so he failed to take pictures (despite the fact that he tripped over us and walked around us all day). So last night, he asked us for some action pictures, but we only provided sleepy faces.

What do you mean action? You only get sleepy faces

What do you mean action? I am way too comfortable.

Earlier in the day, we had wrestling matches, games of tag, and even a healthy round of furniture olympics, but he was just too busy to get those pictures.

Already sacked out here, Hu-Dad.

Already sacked out here, Hu-Dad.

At least Hu-Dad can rely on our youngest member to provide a few action shots.

I can barely open my eyes. Does that count as action?

I can barely open my eyes. Does that count as action?


  1. Charlotte Anderson on October 30, 2015 at 12:29 pm

    Did the heard settle down without a long walk?

  2. Golden Daily Scoop on October 30, 2015 at 8:40 am

    BOL!!! That looks like us at night, too! Hope you had a good nights sleep!

  3. Koda and Sue on October 30, 2015 at 6:02 am

    Sleepy babies!!

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