That was funny
How's the snoring?
You can close your eyes to things you don't want to see,
but you can't close your heart to the things you don't want to feel.
♥ Live Genuinely ♥
My bulldog Sarge...when he snores it lawls me to sleep... Now if my husband snores...that is NOT the case!
~ Darlene: 20+ years of being owned by bulldogs. But I can still learn something new from forums and other people's experiences.
Bulldogs: Tank and Sarge
Australian Shepherd: Ahsoka ~ Sarge's sister from another mother...and father
The rest of my zoo:
1 Pastel Ball Python - No Feet
2 chinchillas - Nibbles and Fluffy
2 Ornate Wood turtles- Franklin and Turkish
Sleeping with your pup is definitely not for everyone! It's funny I don't sleep all that well with or without Samson LOL. If he is sleeping with me, which really is every night, I often find myself sleeping in weird positions to accomodate him and that isn't always comfortable. BUT if he isn't there (which is rare) it just doesn't feel right, he's slept with me since the day I brought him home and it just feels weird not to have him next to me
"Looking at a bulldog is said to cure the worse of the blues, living with one, serves to prevent them!" -Author unknown
This was waaaaaaaay back in the '60s I had a German Shephard that slept with me, head on a pillow but on top of the covers. His name was Duke and he didn't snore or hog the bed! Oh, and I was in my 20s!
Well that is a daily occurrence in my life!!
He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion. - Anonymous
@KMARINO: Well hopefully we will both catch up on our sleep tonight. I've had my daughter's Bully, Millie for the week-end and my three grandsons over night last night. They were all (my daughter, s-i-l and the three boys) in a wedding yesterday, so I went and got the boys after the cake was cut and brought them here for the night. They are 7 and 4 yr. old twins. They slept on the sofa-sleeper in our loft, right outside our bedroom door. They jabbered and played around til after 11 last night, so I figured they'd sleep in, especially since they had a very busy weekend and it was rainy and dark here this-morning. Well, no such luck. One of the twins came to inform me they were getting up at quarter to 7!! I was NOT ready to get up!
There is nothing nicer than two sweet Bully girls, unless it's THREE sweet Bully girls!!
Julie, Gertie, Ida & Clementine in Az.