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You said there’d be matzoh

Posted by laurie on April 3, 2013


Gitty is a dog lover and most definitely a beagle lover. Philip grew up with beagles. I went out with two guys whose families had beagles. On our second date I informed Phillip that I wanted a beagle someday. He immediately proposed. I played it coy. I was not ready to say yes, I wanted to wait awhile. Like two months.


I did not get photos of Sara’s Vous, or Gabrielle and Chad’s three kids. Whenever the dogs were near the kids I was too busy pulling them away.


This is Jacob, Phillip’s nephew and Gabrielle’s younger brother. And of course you know Sherman, working his magic.

7 Responses to “You said there’d be matzoh”

  1. Luana, Cody, and Henry said

    LOL! “Whenever the dogs were near the kids I was too busy pulling them away.” The kids or the dogs (?!)

    Love the pictures of your family and the boys!

    • Susan in DE said

      My thoughts exactly! Great photos, I especially like the second one with Stan looking “askance”.

  2. harperlea said

    I love the pictures of the family also !
    Gitty looks great!

    Laurie, love reading the story of you and Phillip….
    And the boys are as cute as always.

  3. Scott (and Scout) said

    Stanley’s eyes! One on the lookout for food, the other (to the side) checking out Sara (?) in case she gets up for food!

    • Cathy, Gomez, Lily & Mr. Peabz said

      That’s just how I saw it. His eyes are constantly scanning the horizon, ever vigilant for a dropped schnipple. Or for any sign of human assistance with said schnipple.

  4. That picture of Sherman could be my little Spencer. Down to the white marking on his neck. Except he has a “rainbow” swish where Stanly has his “arrow:.

    He’s such a love bug. Always finding the stranger in the park that will pet him. One night on our walk a group of us were cooing over a new baby and Spencer got annoyed with the attention going to the baby and butted in between all the adults and looked up with an expression like “NOW PET ME!”

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