Monday, 30 July 2012

Down, boy!

You can guess that she leads me a dogs life does Ada, the flower of my heart. How can I describe my dear Welsh wife? You know we are seldom apart...She calls, and I always come running, like the faithful Old Dog that I am. If it wasn't for all of our funning, I really would be in a jam, but laughter is always the spice in the mix, no matter how crazy the weather. So we bend, but don't break, in all the big storms that blow up when we are together. We share warm fronts and cold fronts in winter, chip ice from those harsh words at times, but we follow our hearts and unseemlier parts that lead us to sunnier climes!

Thanks to Mag #128, where Tess and Zelko Nedic set the scene,

21 comments:

  1. I love your photoshopped version and the verse is very entertaining as usual :)

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  2. This is lovely! I really love this! :)
    (and love the new look to the pic!) ;)

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  3. Hahaha - brilliant. I had a good chuckle. Thx a mil!

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  4. smiles...this is lovely...and a beautiful kinda love that you share...ever faithful...smiles...

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  5. Can't be all bad, Cad, if you've got Ada doing some housepainting. Or are the overalls part of some unspeakable Abergele ritual? HEHEHE!

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    1. But aren't ships the things that get 'dressed overall' - not Welsh ladies? Just a thought...

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  6. Very sweet! As a woman, I'm glad that she's the one leading YOU the dog's life! Ha. You know, my parents were a bit like that - a bit of bickering (quite a bit) when young, but more and more devoted, and very sunny really. k.

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  7. Caddoc, did Ada get lessons from Barbara Woodhouse? I can almost hear her saying "Sitttt!"

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    1. Jinksy - you guessed! Beloved and I saw that formidable lady back in the days when she appeared on TV to give us a taste of her words of wisdom on dog training. Sadly, Ada then decided she could use the same strategies on me - bless her! *smiles*

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  8. Hilarious. I have to visit and get more of this. Oh and Yeah. I don't talk much to the plants.

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  9. A strangely optimistic (and optimistically strange?) piece - a fun read.

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  10. Ahhhh - well, at least he admits to being a faithful old dog! That was funny, Trell.

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    1. Erm...'Twas I, Caddoc, madam, who was the author of this piece. But Trell gets the pat on the back? Are you in league with Ada, by any chance, trying to put poor Cad down yet again? Oh, I am surely of the downtrodden, underdogs of the world...

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  11. She has you trained well. ; )

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  12. I enjoyed this ~ Love what you did with the picture ~

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  13. nicely done....thanks for sharing your words

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  14. LOL was made for your Mag, because that is exactly what my reaction was to the photoshopped version of the image and to your grand poem.

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  15. I love what you do with the Mags and this wonderful offering is no exception. Excellent fun stuff.

    Anna :o]

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  16. Wasn't this just great! You have a wonderful sense of humor.

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  17. I suspect this is your serious side, always there under the humour and does say something important about relationships. They work fine so long as the bloke always obeys! Haha!

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  18. Your Ada certainly does get around, doesn't she?

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