Thoughtless Barks


Hi Y’all!



Here it is Thursday again!  This week has passed as quickly as the weather changes in these parts.



One minute it’s a beautiful sunny day and they next it’s pouring rain.  Crickets not only fill the nights with their song, but my Human and I actually saw a couple.  By mid October we should have our first frost. 


Now, let me take a minute to look back at this past week. 


Mischief Monday I told y’all about the “vanishing deer” we spotted in the woods…




easyweimaraner asked…

“they were not in the mood for a meet&greet :o) but you have still the smell of the deers in the air and maybe you will find some deer-bonbons on the way?”

Yes, the smell of deer was in air, but I didn’t check for “deer-bonbons”. 


Kim-Life at Golden PInes  wants to know…

“Are you saying “y’all come on back” to the deer or to us? 🙂 But what fun to see the deer, we never get tired having them around, because we’re lucky that they don’t eat our flowers! Hope you had a good weekend, can you believe that Labor Day weekend is a memory now?”

Each year the seasons pass more quickly. 

BOL!  Sorry, they had vanished and couldn’t hear me!

We always say “y’all come on back” to our visitors, friends, and family.  It is not only an invite but a heartfelt wish to have them return.  The deer may have vanished but we ask y’all in Blogville to return for and visit again soon. 


To y’all in Blogville, come on back! 



I’m joining Thursday’s Barks and Bytes Blog Hop hosted by 2 Brown Dawgs and Heart Like a Dog.

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I’m also linkin’ up with Ruckus the Eskie and Love is Being Owned by a Husky in Thoughtless Thursday. 

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9 thoughts on “Thoughtless Barks

  1. We were loving our deer for a while, until they found their way into my veggie garden area, and ate all of my green bean plants, which were still thriving because of our unusual heat. More and bigger fences next year!


  2. Those are some pretty awesome shots of the deer. Deer I encounter rarely stay still long enough for me to get the camera out, never mind snap a photo.

    Our leaves are already starting to turn, I’m afraid we may have an early fall.

    Thank you for joining the blog hop.


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