Does An Approaching Monday Look Like This?

With a beautiful Sunday in the yard, Hu-Dad took some photographs that demonstrate how an approaching Monday looks after a weekend.

Why are you sitting on the ground with the camera, Hu-Dad?
Why are you sitting on the ground with the camera, Hu-Dad?

In fairness, an approaching Monday never seems quite as cute and cuddly as our resident greeter. But Roscoe coming in at full speed can have quite the literal impact.

How close can I get at full speed without a collision?
How close can I get at full speed without a collision?

Yes, you can tell we are all enjoying the freedom of our new fence. Hu-Dad should remember, however, that we can gather much more speed without being restrained by our fences.

This is going to hurt...some human.
This is going to hurt…some human.


  1. tammy j on January 6, 2020 at 11:46 am

    ditto HokiPack!
    nothing like starting a week off with a Sibey Smile! and Roscoe delivers!
    but then so does the beautiful Miss Cheotah. XO

    • tammy j on January 6, 2020 at 11:49 am

      whoops. maybe I was thinking of Cheetoes. LOL.
      Miss Cheesy is better. and easier to spell apparently. xoxo

  2. Jean Burkhardt on January 6, 2020 at 8:11 am

    Roscoe is saying “Look out world, here I come” of course that includes Hu Dad sitting on the ground, lol.

  3. HokiePack on January 6, 2020 at 6:54 am

    Love that smile and pure joy. Makes my Monday better !!!

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