February 23, 2015

Tuesdays With Tag - Standin' Guard...

Hi, Everybody!

I bet you're wonderin' what the heck I've been doin' lately. I wish I could tell you I've been sailin' the high seas or herdin' sheep in the Andes, but no such luck. My days have been less than interestin' since Mom caught Dad's cold. She's no fun at all when she's sick.
We just sit in the sun while she tries to feel better, but there's nothin' strenuous (spelled "P.L.A.Y.") goin' on until this blight leaves our home. I'll just stay close to make sure no one sneaks up on us. (Yes. That is Mom's foot next to me!) Could someone get a lily to stick in her paws?

I'll be back next week. Hopefully, Mom and Dad will both be feelin' better soon! 

I'll see you in seven. 'til then...
"Keep Your Nose To The Wind 
and The Sunshine On Your Tail."


  1. ohdear...poor Tag. Lots of patience for a bit while your Mom and Dad get better. Kisses help. xo

  2. Good job, Tag! Give your mama lots of licks so she feels better! XXOO from Quinn. PS I like that first picture a lot!

  3. Oh Tag, you poor thing!I'm sure Mom will give you extra lovin' and playin' and maybe even snacks as soon as she's able. In the meantime, stay strong.

  4. Tag you are such a comfort to stay by Mom's side while she is not feeling well. With dad sick too I hope you don't catch the crud. Smooches and Great Play Days ahead...
    P.S. Healing Energy to your household and Mom and Dad.

  5. Good boy, Tag. We canines (and felines) have powerful healing properties so we have to stay right with Moms while they get better. Of course, one dog and two kitkats can take up a lot of space and we have to be careful that our Mom doesn't fall over us when they get up. The kitties usually guard her by hugging in close on each side while I keep watch on the floor.
    Dolly, Maui and Jombie.

  6. Good boy Tag. Keep mom safe. What a perfect spot for a nap Donna. Get well my friend.


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Blessings, Donna