Sunday, July 17, 2011

Wilfs Tuesday morning PONder .

'' I have heard there are troubles of more than one kind .
Some come from ahead and some come from behind .
But I've bought a big bat . I'm already you see .

Now my troubles are going to have troubles with me ! "'

12 comments:

  1. Good for you. Don't let any troubles get in the way of living!

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  2. King Wilfie - the red sunumbrellas look like a half crown - I need also a few bats here in Southern Italy - Love Susanne Daisy and Foxie

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  3. That one gave me a big grin! Thanks!

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  4. you rule wilfee! and what a gorgeous world you
    have in which to rule!! the france profonde and the font to cook your favorites and the ongoose to take you for morning walks and croissants.
    doesn't get much better!
    love you three,
    tammy j
    ps ... swing that bat for all of us sweet boy!

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  5. Courage Wilfee, as you did everyday for 9 months now, we all are following you ! You rock, sweet boy. Lots of love and bisous for you.
    Amitiés to you, Angus, and the Font.

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  6. When I first looked at your picture, Wilf, I saw the red things in your hair and thought perhaps you had your hair done by Madame Bay. But alas, they were the umbrellas on the hill!

    You would look very good in a red ball cap, Wilf!

    Kisses,
    Stella

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  7. Keep fighting, Wilf.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

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  8. Fighting spirit, Wilf, from such a handsome chap!

    x (for Wilf!)

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  9. Did you make that up all by yourself, Wilf?

    Never heard that poem before but it's really cute.

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  10. Wilf, our human had a croissant the other morning at a new bakery that opened near us. She thought of you just before popping the little ends into her mouth! She thinks they're the best part!!

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  11. Go get 'em, Wilf! Put the bitey on them!

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  12. Nice to see a Polish PON with that fighting Scottish spirit! We're reading backwards to see if the excavators ever managed to stop the chlorination of your yard.

    Jed & Abby

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