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Saturday, January 30, 2010

What with the kids all grown and out of the house I have my own workout room. Once a bedroom full of life it is now my special place.
I have this room decorated with lots of stuffed animals that I have received as gifts down through the years. Kind of my own little team to cheer me on.
Upon entering my workout room the other day. I noticed some of my plush toys were missing and remembered I had left the gate opened when I last worked out.
I had a good idea who plundered my toys so I set a trap. Leaving the childproof gate opened again I faked a stretching routine with my camera around my neck. It didn't take long.

Tawanda my eleven year old Jack Russell Terrier has always had a weakness for my stuffed toys.

Off she goes to hide her ill-gotten gain under my bed where I'll have to get down on all fours and pulled it out.

I wonder if that would make a good workout ?
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    I read a story about a woman whose dog did the same thing. Some time later the woman was very sick with cancer. As she lay in bed, feeling her worst, her dog began to bring her toy after toy that he had hidden away, as if to share his treasures with her to cheer her up!
    2831 days ago
    Oh that is cute. My son as a tot used to hide his dummy's under his spring mattress, I never did know where on earth all his dummy's went to, till we moved and lifted the mattress. lol at least you know where your cute pup hides them...I could've owned the pharmacy where I bought the dummy's with the money I spent.
    3004 days ago
    HI rofl how totally cute. Glad she doesn't chew them up. Its so nice to have a special area just for what you want to do, I miss mine.
    3006 days ago
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    She actually reached in and unhooked it. I thought I was so smart trying to fool her. emoticon
    3006 days ago
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