The first Monday Memes of the New Year are devoted to the canine species, but fret not my cat-loving faithful reader for next week will be a festival of felines. We have a policy of non-discrimination here at Willy Or Won’t He.
As I put this one together I have uncomfortable feeling that the authors have been lurking about our house.
As we discovered long ago – they know! They just know!
I have the model candidate to do the sound effects. Let’s just say that Nicky has perfected his technique on this one.
Whoever wrote this one has definitely been spying at our house.
This one reminds me of our friend Mark’s dog Arthur who expressed his separation anxiety by demolishing the door and the wallpaper around it.
Hey an accomplishment is an accomplishment.
Reading my dear Doctor Spo‘s Walking the Dog posts I am pretty sure that Harper is the dog that wrote these.
On our walks both Nora and Nicky often come to a full stop and stare at something that I can’t see. It never struck me that they were philosophizing – I will respect these moments in the future.
Every dog is a good dog if you’re a good
master owner pack leader.
And finally this New Yorker cover not because it is particularly funny but because it touches me and I like it.
The word for January 10th is:
Pack /pak/: [1. noun 2. verb]
1.1 A small cardboard or paper container and the items contained within it.
1.2 A group of wild animals, especially wolves, living and hunting together.
1.3 A knapsack or backpack.
2.1 To fill (a suitcase or bag), especially with clothes and other items needed when away from home.
2.2 To cram a large number of things into (a container or space).
2.3 To carry (a gun) – slang.
Middle English: from Middle Dutch, Middle Low German pak (noun), pakken (verb). The verb appears early in Anglo-Latin and Anglo-Norman French in connection with the wool trade; trade in English wool was chiefly with the Low Countries.