Friday, June 2, 2017

Wooly Washout

These two wooly socks did not make it very far, and collapsed in a heap on the top step.
Heap o' woolies
They look exhausted, don't they?
Chuck: "Hey, I tried my best to herd those woolies 
to freedom, but they just didn't have the strength to make it!"
😼😺😼

15 comments:

  1. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh mom looked way passed the wooly sock to the beautiful stair runners you have. She loves loves loves it
    Hugs madi and mom

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  2. Heeeeeee!!! MOL! Worn out (uh, we hope not literally ... #seewhatwedidthere ?? ;-)

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  3. That was a darn good try Chuck!

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  4. OhMyGosh... dy-ing! That is funny! Chuck's expression... priceless!

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  5. Son, you did your very best here... no one blames you! Some woolies just don't have what it takes to go all the way.

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  6. I give you a big A for effort, sweet cat! :)

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  7. guyz......ewe noe we haz noe sense.....N de werd.... baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.... iz in R headz rite now ...... N we troo lee due knot noe why ~~ ☺☺☺♥♥♥

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  8. That's what they get for trying to make their escape.

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  9. Perhaps if Angel helped, they could escape with both your help.

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  10. Those socks travel more than I do :)

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  11. It was nice of the socks to stay together. It's terrible when one wanders off and gets lost.

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  12. Do you have a Woolies Migration Map ? Methinks that would be a good way to keep track of those wild 'uns.

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  13. We almost missed this latest installment, Chuck! You did your best.

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