Heads down, tail up, and enjoy that great outdoors. They all look so happy, I hope your weekend was restful, not too late, home time galore. Those were indeed the days. long gone down here too!!!
Seems SHE now goes to bed when the young ones are heading out for a night on the town. LOL! But enjoys it much more than noisy parties. We've had a quiet, enjoyable weekend.
I agree, weekend days are for yardwork, laundry and hopefully some hiking too. But weekend evenings? Definitely for relaxing at home!
Alas, slowing down comes to us all as the years advance ! I remember the time when I used to walk three dogs together for at least an hour, twice every day !Lovely to see the dogs relaxing together.
Hello, those days are gone for me too. I enjoy the quiet times now. Love all the cute pups, adorable photos. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and the new week ahead!
those days have been gone for me for years! loland all i can say is... thank heaven. it's so lovely to be content and more of a happy homebody.i love the pictures here. with todd ... being home will always be a hoot anyway!am dealing with a little heart issue again dear bean. AFIB. did some ER and hospital time and waiting for a couple of weeks now to shock the old thing with paddles to bring it back to a proper beat. not fun but as with so much in your own life you know about things that aren't fun but necessary. hope to have as much courage as you and your wonderful wagging housemates.something about stopping and then starting one's heart again seems a little daunting! but they say it works. XOXO♥
So, so true . . .I can't imagine going back to those late nights, "up at it early morning"any more!Our one little ball of fluff . . . is entertainment for us.Always look forward to seeing your "furry family."Todd antics and all . . .
I don't know how I did it, staying up all night with friends, home for a quick shower, then off to work. Now I love our quiet evenings together and look forward to bedtime. The dogs all know and enjoy the routine.
I think it's time for Todd to assert himself and demand that the menagerie get pizza on Saturday nights.
They certainly are a happy-looking bunch. Todd is such a character. I really like Charlie.
We hear you - Mom and Dad do Saturday afternoon movies now instead of the late show:) But weekends should be for rest and relaxation and reflection.Woos - Lightning and Misty
We agree! Having the peeps home on the weekends is just the best thing effort!-Otto and Osa
Amen to that, Kim. Blessings to you all!
we are homebodies here too!hugsMr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel
That is most of our weekends too? It is re-charge time.
Looks like there are many of us that can identify with you. With traffic and constant construction and the busyness of life outside of our home sweet home, staying home is indeed a peaceful blessing.Have a good week.Gus' Mom
And nobody does that better than a kitty.
Absolutely!! It has been quite a few years since we did the party scene! BOL! Rest and relaxation sounds perfect! Thanks for your kind words.💜💜
Yes, that you. I remember (dimly) having the energy to go out and party in the weekend, and bouncing the next day. Definitely long over for me too. We had a Goldie for the long weekend, our granddog, and at 7 years old, she enjoys sleeping on our bed (definitely not permitted at home) and going for slow sniffy-walks. Very satisfactory all around.
We say there is nothing wrong with being a homebody! We enjoy the homebody life too!
Oh so good to see all your fur babies today ! After getting locked out of my blog years back I had taken to Instagram ~ but I've certainly missed everyone here . Now that Honey Bee has started a little blogging I wanted to pop in and say "Hello" . Hugs , Willow
Oh yes, home sweet home. I know we are pretty boring by some people's standards, but that's really okay with me.
Same here. We've become homebodies as well. Lucy likes it when we stay home with her.
We laugh when someone asks about going out. If it's after 8:00 it ain't happening! LOL we used to start our night at 10:00 pm...
I'm with you. And, now that I live in the mountains, I have very low tolerance for anything that involves crowds. So, either it's a dinner with mountain friends or it's staying home for us!!!
Speak--I really enjoy your comments! Thanks for stopping by today!!