Thursday, July 31, 2014

Home again----


DSC00077and missing Andy. Oh we miss Camille and Shelli and the horses and especially the cows----but I really miss Andy.

That boy could run, and they have so much grass to roll and get wet in, well it’s a dogs dream.

But we are home now and it’s nice to have sissy to play with, and dad has more time for us, and mom----

Lets talk about mom. Before we went on our little trip, she use to make us Chicken every other day, in lots of water. She would save the water and that would be our water to drink. She had tons of containers in the fridge (which she said took up way to much space) and then when we wanted water, that is what we got.

But now that she saw how other dogs live, she decided we could just have dry dog food and regular water. Sissy tried to out wait her and force her hand, but she just won’t give in. Me—I don’t mind, I’ll eat or drink anything, but it sure is hard on Annie.

Don’t worry about her though, she sneaks water outside and when no one is looking she eats her dry food.

Such a diva.

Hope you get Chicken water if you want, and that all your needs are met.

Love the Quigley boy and his sister Annie

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Looking for our new buds.

20140728_060459So we went on a vacation.

 It was a little scary at first, we weren’t sure if they were going to let us come home or not. But lucky for us they did.
Anyway, we went to see Camille and her mom and dad. And can you believe they have 3 more of us. Well not really us, but kind of us. You know guys that have 4 legs instead of 2, and lots of hair.
Well I, Quigley, thought that was the berries. Annie on the other hand, thought she had to keep everyone in line. She did a lot of—don’t do that, don’t run that far, don’t kiss that other dog, and lots of stay away from my mom. I know she won’t admit it, but she had tons of fun too.
Andy became my best friend, next to sissy. He can run really fast and doesn’t mind to be tumbled. Boy it was the best.
Hope you all didn’t miss us too much. And now we are home for awhile. so don’t worry about us.
I wish for you, new friends, and lots of fun, and every once in awhile a full on tumble.
Love, a very tired, Quigley and his bossy little sis, Annie

Thursday, July 24, 2014

My dad’s a cool dad---


20140724_072825And my mom is a loon. So, she saw something on a place called Pintrest. It was cool and funky so of course she talked dad into letting her try it on him.

If you look really close, you’ll see he has a purple, pink streak in his hair. Now she promised him that after his shower, it will be gone. But I’m not too sure.

So be kind and don’t judge when you see him and his hair isn’t quite the normal color, cause we’re not quite the normal kind of family.

But we laugh a lot and love a lot, and every once in awhile we end up with pink hair.

Love, the most adoring ,


Tuesday, July 22, 2014

I miss the snow.


DSC_0367It is soooooooooooooooo hot here. I know we were southern dogs when we were born. But having lived up north for so long, we can’t believe we ever liked the heat. Dad says we are just like mom. She hates hot weather.

And it’s just, plain old stinking hot here. That’s how mom explains it and we have to agree. It’s too hot to go on our second walk of the day, and so hot, mom doesn’t want us to stay outside too long.

So we decided to remember the snow, and the cold and how much we loved it.

Mom says winter will be here soon, and then we can complain about the cold.

Hope you don’t mind the heat or the cold and never have any reason to complain.



Monday, July 21, 2014

Doing Yoga with dad


20140721_070241So dad likes to do some strange movements. He even has a name for it (but you know those guys, they name EVERYTHING), anyway, he calls it Yoga.

20140721_070319We thought he was saying yogi, like the bear and it made more sense to us.

He has a long blankie that he uses when he does this stuff, and it’s a bright and pretty color. It seems he’d rather I didn’t lay on it, but it’s awfully tempting.

20140721_070339As you can see, he is even praying for me to stop. But I couldn’t help but notice the little smile on his face when he looked at me. So I’m thinking that he doesn’t mind all that much.

I’m interviewing for the job of a spotter----how do you think I did?

Anyway, if you need anyone to help you do “down dog” just give me a call.

Love, the yogi,


Saturday, July 19, 2014

Patience is a virtue--


20140719_072824At least that is what mom likes to say. (Not that she has very much------oh jeez did we just say that?)

Anyway, here we are waiting for dad to get finished helping mom. She took a really cute picture of Annie this morning, and wanted to download it so she could use it for a posting. Well when she went to download the picture, her phone said she had 5000 pictures to download. (Just a little side note----down load sounds like what we do when we drop a load on our walks. You know what I mean.)

Anyway, she knew that she hadn’t taken 5000 pictures, so she grabbed dad before he could even take us on our first walk of the day. As usual, he figured it out, fixed it, but jeez, doesn’t she know, our walk always comes first….

Sometime I think mom doesn’t think these things through. So that really cute picture of Annie, got deleted , and they took this one instead.

Oh we got our walk—in the rain—and now it’s nap time.

So, we hope you don’t have to have that silly thing called patience today.

One thing you’ll never have to wait for, is our love,

It’s there for you everyday,

Quigley and the very sweet Annie

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Mom was looking for-----

JESSPOONa picture of us to share. She hasn’t taken any new ones for awhile so figured she show an old one.
And then she found this. Oh we know, that’s not us. It’s a picture of two of our predecessors. Their names were Spoon (he’s the big guy) and Jessie, she’s the little girl laying on top of him.
They were the first dynamic duo mom and dad had. And we are pretty sure that had they not been so incredible, they (mom and dad) may never have had two dogs at  the same time again. So for that we are really appreciative.
They look like they were really cool pals. Mom gets all soft and fuzzy when she talks about them. So I guess we have some really large paw prints to fill.
But we will give it the old college try. That is if we ever make it to college. Mom said we are smart enough to go, but we don’t like to be that far away from home.
Hope you have a picture of someone or something that makes you go all soft and fuzzy. Have a look at it for us.
Love the new dynamic duo,
Quigley and Annie