11 August 2009

Oldies but goodies

We forgot to mention that brother Jacks turned 12-years old (or so) on his "birthday" a couple weeks ago. Of course, sistah Angel is our presiding senior at 13-years old. We did recently discover, however, that Jackson is now completely deaf. He doesn't seem to mind too much, as far as we can tell; he's still the easygoing, happy guy he's always been. Besides, the young'uns are duly respectful--we watch out for our older sibs. After all, they make the best pillows! (Well, Jacks does, but don't try to lie on Angel!!!)


Woodrow, Sweetie, MJ Campanella said...

what a great family - we respect our elders too - you just gotta

and yes woodrow is a great pillow too - but dont try and lay on sweetie

Woodrow - Sweetie - MJ

Ms. ~K said...

Zack is our Senior Citizen (10+)...He suffers from arthritis and can get grumpy with the 2 youngsters...I'm 56 and get grumpy too! chuckle

Sophie Brador said...

Cutie pies everywhere! Wanna meet us in Vermont on Sunday. Maybe Tuchuck could help mom pick out a Greyhound.


Penny, Poppy & Patches said...

Yes, the oldies ARE goodies! Penny and I, Poppy are both senior citizens. So far, we can still hear, but our mom's mini Schnauzer went deaf when she was about 12. She never acted like it bothered her and Mom took it to be a good thing. She didn't bark at thunder, fireworks or the doorbell anymore! We hope you had a fabulous birthday, Jacks!

Poppy, Penny & Patches


NOthing better than love from the old crew. Mom lOVES older dogs. So sweet.

wally said...

RESPECT YOUR ELDERS! That means we should get extra snacks. And no snotty teenagers up in our business. Though we can hump who we want when we want.

Being old rocks.

wally t. (The t is NOT for teen.)

Pippa said...

Hey I always respected my elders too, but there is no-one around now to respect me. :(

Great photos too.