BULLIES come in all ages

BULLIES come in all ages
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Surround yourself with positive people,
energy, and situations;
always avoid negativity.


Life is too short to wake up with regrets.
So, love the people who treat you right.

Forgive, and then forget about the ones who don't.

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Is It a Bird? Is It a Plane?

What's your guess?

BTW, I've made my flight reservations to Anchorage for the 2010 Iditarod in March. I've volunteered to help with Dropped Dogs this year!!!
Mush On!

Happy Trails,


Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Waiting fur the tennis ball!


The Iditarod!



Sam said...

I followed the link and that sounds like it will be an amazing experience. Have fun!

Suka said...

I hope you doggies are not sad that your human is going so far away! But then I read your human's "Dropped Dog" post and what a wonderful thing the humans do for those dogs! Very heartwarming! You doggies must be so proud of your human! Too bad you can't join her. You would make a lot of new furry friends!


The Thundering Herd said...

Oh - our hu-dad is jealous. He so wants to take the time to go volunteer, but still has to live vicariously through the videos, news and favorite racers updates.

Anonymous said...

Woo hoo! You are a real champ! Can't wait to experience it all with you from afar while in my warm chair! SH

Madi and Mom said...

Ok Kit this is a perfect set up for a blond joke!! Sorry it was just funny when I saw you two beautiful blond gals and 1 handsome blond boy looking up.
Great big hug,

Rocky Creek Scotties and Java said...

I always do the Iditarod walking program every year with one of more of my dogs - we enjoy it and are looking forward to living vicariously through you.

Gloria said...

A helicopter!!! YAY! I know there will be wonderful photos from that trip!

Tank said...

WOW! That will be an incredible experience! It's amazing what those dogs can do & you'll be right there! Very cool!

Liz said...

You live such an adventurous life! What fun! I live vicariously in my napping chair!


Labrador Retriever said...

wow ... you have the right breed. Labradors are breaking all hearts but we all love your betty :-)

Dory and the Mama said...


We are so happy you have such a wonderful part to play in the Iditrod!!

Dory and the Mama too!

Alex93andme said...

Or is it a helicopter! It sounds like lots of fun for everyone at the Iditarod in March! I'd love to be able to go!!

Andrea said...

WOW...give my furry cousins a furry hug!
Woofs and Wags,

Kathy said...

Or is it a stuck tennis ball up in the tree and won't come down?!!

That will drive them crazy for a day, won't it?!

Cute pic of you and the puppies, Kit!
Hugs, K

JackDaddy said...

I think it is a hamburger that someone has thoughtlessly left up in the tree!

Maybe like a squirrel!!

Remington said...

Very cool! I had never heard of dropped dogs before. Interesting!

Emma Rose said...

We think it's a ball. We read about the dropped dogs and that sounds like an incredible experience. WOW. Sounds just wonderful to us.

Emma Rose and The Duchess

The OP Pack said...

Maybe a squirrel? Or a ball?

Thunder loves to stare up at the birds.

That sounds like a lot of fun - enjoy your time with the pups.

Woos, the OP Pack

Deb said...

How fabulous Kit! I followed your link and just fell in love with those sweet dogs ♥ You are so kind.

Mango said...

Humph, what ever could it be? And where is the black one? Is that what is up in the tree perhaps?


Shelley said...

I'm so envious of your Iditarod trip! One day in the future I hope to go! Kiss all those pretty pups of yours for me!

houndstooth said...

That sounds like it would be so much fun!

My guess is there's a squirrel in the tree!

Ina in Alaska said...

AWESOME! And I will see you (along with 3 happy pups!)

Jan's Funny Farm said...

You are adventuresome! Sounds like you'll have a good time while you're working with the dogs.

Anonymous said...

The dogs are going to be lucky to get Kit-lovin'! You're the best.

Your Idita-sister,