The thoughts of me and my dog who used to be Harvey, but is now George, who is Harvey's great-great-great-great-nephew.
i've said it before liz but that george has a malign glint in his eye. personally i'm worried about them burglars would they ever get out alive? by the way i saw a norwich terrier the day before yesterday. all tiny and weary with a humble nose
Good post for those blog hackers!
Didn't you have to muzzle George after he ate that intruder last year Liz?
I do hope all the burglars heed your warnings, Liz; those of us who read your posts regularly can attest to the fact that George is a force to be reckoned with.Have a great holiday!
George - big and fierce... you sure? ;-)
That's telling 'em Liz! Though George would have liked it better if you hadn't given warning...
I'm not going to tell anyone that we are coming to your side of the pond at the end of July and beginning of August. We should be safe that way.
Award for you chez moi when you get back, Liz.
See, I'm not the only one to say it ~ George is a Lady Macbeth for our times!
Yeah,that's what you tell us, Liz.
I used to dress and travel in a manner I perceived indicated I was as poor as a church mouse.We keep nothing of value in our yard except cars which are always locked.George probably needs a challenge though to keep his protective instincts wired. HIf he is like Luckie, Forget it.
we didn't get burgled, even if I did dream about getting mugged and the house getting burgled, I awoke to find that all our crappy stuff was still here (sigh) and the only thing George ate (other than his dinner) was the garbage.Katney.....end of july, beginning of august *makes mental note*. I am sure your house will be safe as...well...houses.
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