Wednesday, June 17, 2015

June 18, 2015

Who turned off the air conditioning?

For some reason, it turned VERY hot here a few days ago.  It got so hot that I don't even want to go on a long walk.  I'd rather go on a short walk and find somewhere in the shade to sit and take in the smells.

So, whoever it was that turned off the coolness,
would you please turn it back on?  I will tell the tall guy to send you some money to help pay your electrisical bill!

PS:  Don't forget about the Blogville Rodeo.
You still have time to send your pictures to the tall guy for the trick riding.  You can get the 4-1-1 here:


  1. That looks like a very cool stream, Jack. I hope you cooled your paws.

    -Otto the hippo who loves to just stand in the stream...

  2. They turned off the coolness here too, Jack, except for very early in the morning. It looks like you found a lovely place to cool off, so we hope the tall guy takes you there every day. You have to take care, 'cos you can't take your fur coat off !

  3. Dear Jack,

    I bet it's SO hot that the fire hydrants are chasing the DOGS around!!! (Uh-oh, I think I just heard you groan)......

    Keep cool, Buddy.

    Your friend,

  4. Pops better start paying the bills
    Lily & Edward

  5. hmmmm-for some reason the post i tried to post didnt post. let's try again

  6. Darn it -- it did it again -- it asked me to sign into my Google account to publish and after I did, it lost my comment!!! Has the sign in now so will post this -- any idea why it is doing this?

  7. Jack that is an excellent question who indeed turned off the a/c and set a hot humid spray all over us? I think we need to form a posse possibly of rodeo trick riders to find the culprit.
    We had 1.9" of rain last night in 2 hours. WE needed it but not all at once
    Hugs madi your bfff

  8. Thanks fur Hosting the Trick Riding Event.... we just now sent our pics to you...

  9. Now I know who to blame for the Arizona heat, but were getting really pretty electrical storms with the, I know that you have to be missing those.