Friday Night Burgers
The little plain one, is for me and Stanzie!
I caught up on my reading.
Stanzie and I, took our people on a walk, along the Willamette River.
We barked at Ducks and Geese.
I found all my red toys outside.
...and I tried my best to keep the peeps unplugged...but they cheated!
Mom went on the computer, to e-mail info to a client...."Bad Bad Mom, BAD!"
Dad looked up a couple of things on his phone...."Bad Bad Dad, BAD DAD!"
They did manage to keep the TV off for 48 hours and read books.
Mom will be reviewing her latest read and doing a book giveaway this week..so stay tuned.
Congrats on the unplugged weekend. The peeps just don't have our strength in this matter. But good for you in getting them out and read and stuff.ReplyDelete
Well you did your best, other then biting them what could you do, Soooo glad you founf you toys. Did somedoggy sneak in and get them?ReplyDelete
Susie & Bites
They decreased their use and that's progress.ReplyDelete
You think your peeps are bad well mine completely forgot and carried on as normal. Bad bad bad peeps. Imagine all the fun I missed out on? At least yours tried. High 5! Have a marvelous Monday.ReplyDelete
Best wishes Molly
Nice try, you did pretty good with them. I don't think I'd ever get my dad to unplug...even a little!ReplyDelete
What a pretty place for a walkie! Love your red toys.ReplyDelete
Well done to your peeps on the unplugged. I do like the look of that 'Walk There!' book. That chappie on the front cover has an impressive stride.ReplyDelete
Bertie (sometimes unplugged but always wired).
Sounds like it was a pretty good weekend, Wyatt. Mom tried to use our grill for steaks last night after working hard to make a path to it through the snow. At first it lit, but then it went out. Guess one of the lines might be frozen or something. Oh well, she cooked them inside and we all still got a taste. Hope the week ahead is a good one for you.ReplyDelete
Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning
It sounds like you had a great time on your un-plugged weekend, Wyatt!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots,
Mitch and Molly
Great unplugged weekend, great idea! Those burgers look good too ;)ReplyDelete
Those darned humans are so hard to control! I hope you at least accepted a bribe!ReplyDelete
Peeps just can't seem to stay unplugged! :(ReplyDelete
Wow, no tv for 48 hours? YIkes!ReplyDelete
You and Stanzie did a good job without your electronics. Good job!
Oh, that burger looked great Wyatt!! I'm droolin' over heres!ReplyDelete
Looks like some good walkies were had by all. That some beautiful scenery indeed.
Well, I thinks your peeps did pretty good Wyatt....Ma couldn't do it I don't thinks!
Well done! Now you know they CAN DO IT (sort of), so you may have to take them on more walks. Bet you found some great ones in your book!ReplyDelete
Did Stanzie bury your red toys by any chance?
XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy
What a grrrrrrrrreat weekend you had. I like your red toys. Maybe I should sort mine by color. That might be fun.ReplyDelete
Now that is a grea weekend. It is so good that you take your humnas for walks. They need lots of fresh air.......ReplyDelete
I wish mine would spend less time plugged in... Plug time should just be for blogging, none of the "work" rubbish!ReplyDelete
Great weekend Wyatt - looks like you had a great time! Being unplugged is an excellent idea but I think they find it difficult - mind you, even a little time unplugged is beneficial and it was very good of you to organise all the activities to help with the unplugging!ReplyDelete
Love the walk along the Williamette with you guys! Maybe someday we could walk together and the adults can do there own thing....wouldn't that be cool, Wyatt!ReplyDelete
Good to see you again, friend!
Sophie Doodle 1/2 Poodle here!
That looks like a lovely place to walk:-)ReplyDelete
Good job being unplugged... so hard to do!ReplyDelete
Aww lucky you, Wyatt, you get a yummy burger patty.ReplyDelete
Looks like you've been doing more reading than I have :P
Those burgers look greatReplyDelete
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