Memes for a Monday

You might notice a certain theme running through this week’s memes. Let’s just say I gave into some pressure on the home front.

They are, after all, called the Hounds from Hell:

Certainly the case in our house:

Not that you have to know this but half the time I don’t even bother to close the door – it’s pointless.

Whoever took this photo has a very generous dog!

Basic Groaking 101: and the HFH have their baccalaureate in that one.

And because I fudged Shakespeare’s birthday by doing a reblog* I thought this would help make up for it. And yes I know it’s not dogs but the HFH aren’t the boss of me!

Well okay they are! So back to dogs!
Saint Paul in his Epistle to the Dalmatians, Chapter 4 Verse 3:

Yep and it’s always during rush hour. Well okay rush hour here means you have to wait for the light to change more than once.

*It has been implied that re-blogging is frowned upon in some of the more refined circles as the act of an uncreative mind. I figure I repeat my stories at social gatherings (endlessly according to Laurent) so why shouldn’t I bore you with them again here???

And one final note:
Fortunately more and more people I know and love have received their first COVID-19 jab which is great news but please remember that it is still necessary to wear a mask, practice social distancing and follow protocols. The vaccines is a deterrent not a cure.

The word for April 26th is:
Blog /bläɡ/: [1. noun 2.verb]
1. A regularly updated personal website or web page, typically one run by an individual or small group, that is written in an informal or conversational style.
2. Add new material to or regularly update a blog.
Mid 1990s abbreviation of weblog: from web in the sense ‘World Wide Web’ + log in the sense ‘regular record of incidents’.

Author: Willym

A senior with the heart of a young'un

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