Thursday, December 3, 2009

Break in the rain.

Here it means I get to boot the heathens out so they stop romping through the house like maniacs. Whoo, there was way too much energy to burn, let me tell you. They've been cooped up in here or at the shop for days - my yard simply won't dry out right now, and there's a good six inches of muddy slop under the deck, thanks to Piper-I-Dig-Holes-And-Smile.


Riley is like, "Go away, annoying puppy."

Caleb doesn't, and thus gets a fluffy-butt kicking.

So, then him and Simon go tearing around the yard -- it's like the Tron motorbikes. Complete with horrible collision and subsequent rolling in the mud. ;)

Yeah, come on out of there...

This rar-face-I'm-tough shot looks totally impressive unless you were there to shoot it. There's no one even around or paying attention to his RAR face as he explodes from the bushes. He was rather disappointed about it and then ran off to find his Wubba, doofus.

And... we wind down and wait on the deck to go in. Amazing how quiet the house is now, hahah.

Went to the Post Office too and sent out my Cardi Claus package yesterday! Hahha, aw, that was fun to put together! :D


Taryn said...

Oh my goodness! I love that RAR face! What a fabulous shot! And how funny he wasted it on no one!
My guys get cabin fever after just ONE rainy day. I can't imagine living in a wet climate! Yikes!

Jules said...

RAR is right! What a shot.

Traci said...

Yea, the RAR shot is my favorite too! :) THey're too cute

GLC said...

What great action shots!

Corgis fighting are just hilarious. They aren't dogs well suited for fighting other dogs so... they are a bit awkward. Being so funny shape, everything they do is funny.

2Grandmas2 said...

Yep; got to love the RAR shot. Great catch!

manymuddypaws said...

that photo of Simon's butt, and Caleb in the background is one of my all time favorites of yours. Oh how do you get such great action shots....Sigh.

Tiffany said...

that RAR shot is absolutely priceless. It's "fierce"! hahaha

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