Monday, June 16, 2014

Need A Little Help Here!

Greetings to all, it's me - Maggie.  Mom and Dad went galavanting around a wetlands area or something all morning and abandoned Cam and me.  Can you believe that?  Not even time to put up a quick post on the blog first.  Oh, sure, sure, we had a walk, breakfast, then an even longer walk before they left, but still!  We aren't allowed to use the iMac when they're gone so ... apologies to all for the lack of a morning post.

IMG_6951MaggieJollyEgg

By the way, my Jolly Egg seems to be stuck.  Anyone want to help a puppy out?  Thanks in advance.

Yours sincerely,
Margaret Thatcher

13 comments:

  1. Wetlands? They'll probly come home with trench foot or sumfin. Bol!
    Hope yur Jolly eggie ain't stuck no more.

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  2. That Jolly Egg looks fantastic. I need to find one for my dogs.

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  3. Wesa nevers seen a egg that big, it looks like it belongs to a dinosaur.....
    stella rose

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  4. I suggest yelling at the egg Maggie, it usually brings a biped to help,

    NukNuk

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  5. How dare they go anywhere that you can't go.

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  6. Maggie, I suggest getting on whatever piece of furniture that is next to your Jolly Egg, then jumping on the egg. That should do it.

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  7. We'll come over and help you unstuck your JollyEgg, Maggie!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  8. How do you like your Jolly Egg? We have been thinking of getting one for Walter.

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  9. Maggie, sometimes our folks just don't have their priorities straight! hmmm...we'll send Wriggley over to give you a paw with your egg...he's good at stuff like that.

    Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, HOllie

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  10. Hi Maggie, I'm sorry your folks took off before doing a post.
    Hope the rest of your day went well; have a great Tuesday.
    Wags,
    Noreen, Hunter and Petrol

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  11. LOL Zoe and trench foot. We thought of you last night when we watched a documentary on the Diphtheria outbreak in Nome and the fabulous job the Mushers did getting the antitoxin over such rugged cold terrain. The dogs were amazing. Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  12. Abandoning you with no computer and a stuck egg?! The NERVE!

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  13. Those darn prenatal computer locks are something
    Lily & Edward

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