Monday, October 22, 2012

Having a Senior Moment




I know I left it around here somewhere.
I can smell it but I can't see it.


That little two legged critter better not have put it in the trash.
I am old enough to be his great grand dog!
He needs to show some respect.
If the trash truck comes there's gonna be trouble ...

Wait! Why is crazy neighbor lady waving at me.
She's pointing.
She's like the paparazzi that one.
She's still pointing!


Oy! She's pointing at the fence. The ball is inside the gate.
How did I do that?
When did I do that?

I'm so embarrassed.
She better not blog about this

22 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Oh, I do SO relate!! Beautiful doggie, looks like my son's dog, Mojo!! Hope you had a good weekend! Hugs to Hope and you!

Ron said...

Oh, Dianne...this post was BRILLIANT!

"She's like the paparazzi that one.
She's still pointing!"

Bwhahahahahhahahaha!

Great photos! And that dog is so precious!

X ya, dear lady!

TexWisGirl said...

ha ha.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

So cute!

Rebecca said...

THat's funny.

Cherie said...

Poor puppy. That happens to me all the time, especially with pens. :)

Lucy the Cat said...

Awww...what a beautiful dog and so cute needing the "neighbor lady" to help find his ball. Too sweet.

EG CameraGirl said...

Thanks for making me laugh, Dianne! I hope the pooch isn't reading your blog right now. :)

Ralph said...

Poor guy - when his senses are not cooperating is the worst time for a blogger to arrive. Lovely photos of a great Golden, a beautiful friend. A dog of distinction who soon found his toy - you should show him this post, he'd appreciate it!

Abby Dabby Doo said...

Aw, growing old has some drawbacks, losing memory is just one of them. At least you found it, that's what counts!

Danielle said...

I could be this dog. Very great photojournal!!!

Elvis Wearing a Bra on His Head said...

I enjoyed this post!

Daryl said...

brilliant!!!!!!!!! xoxoox

eViL pOp TaRt said...

Poor dog! She looks so confused.

Riet said...

Oh how gorgeous, yes we all forget when we get older.hihi nothing to be embarrassed about.

Lowell said...

This one brings tears to my eyes. We lost our beautiful Golden (very much like this one) a year and a half ago and we miss her terribly. Goldens are the best!

bobbybegood1 said...

How awfully cut. Brillant post. Cheers!!

Gemma Wiseman said...

O what a great story! It seems as if you have caught the story unfolding! Love it!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I won't tell him that you blogged it! B/C I have a lot of empathy for anyone suffering from CRS.... or CRAFT.

Robin said...

LOL. What a sweet dog.

Halcyon said...

Thanks for starting my off with a laugh! I love little vignettes from life like this. :)

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