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My husband and I share our lives with six dogs and five cats outside of Tucson. I love taking pictures. I hope you enjoy them.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Undeniable Evidence Ladies and Gentlemen, He Ate The Forbidden Fruit

11 comments:

Desiree said...

Hi Cherie!

Yep, you've got it on camera! Guilty look and all :)

You certainly had fun with those visitors, didn't you? Or are they now 'regular callers' ?

I suspect I may have inadvertently called you 'Susan' in one of my previous comments...I'd just been visiting Susan's blog and my last brain cell was still busy kicking in after I'd made the switch to your blog!!! Apologies! I DO of course know you are CHERIE, and NOT Susan :)

Hugs,

Des xo

Desiree said...

Oh, I forgot to mention how much I'm enjoying the tinkling bells on your blog!!! What a wonderful addition...they're so subtle, at first I wasn't sure where they were coming from :)

Roo said...

Oooo that looks like it hurt. Great shot :)

Waggin at ya,
Roo

Facing50Blog.com said...

Hahaha! What a great photo and caption. Just what I needed this Monday morning. Thank you.
dropped by to thank you for visiting again. I got behind what with travelling and no internet so apologies for the lack of visits. The good news is that I am now back in blogland and can get over to enjoy your posts again.
Good luck with your husbands' birthday surprise. Hubby is the big 60 next year and I have started a huge 'memorobilia' box for him full of things like DVDs from the 80's (Dallas) music from over the years that he might like, old photographs of cars he used to own and that sort of thing...It is so hard to know what to do for them at times though.
I won't however be getting him a balloon with his age on.

sagechronicles said...

Ouch!!

Angela Häring-Christen said...

Fantastic! I like your photos.
Greetings
Angela

olddog said...

Hi Cherie, I've been away for a few days. Nice series of photos. I egewilspecially love the puppys

The Retired One said...

Hilarious!

Jess the Dog Shopper said...

Wow, that looks painful...I hope you weren't the one who had to get it out! Things never get boring for you guys, do they! I thought our deer in the back yard were exciting!

ForPetsSake said...

Owies!! I wonder if he'll do THAT again...

Desiree said...

Now I know what that plant is and can see bits of it stuck on that poor ox's upper lip, I really feel his pain, poor thing! I don't imagine they EAT cholla cacti, do they? I always think of cattle as having soft mouths!