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How do you spell clutter?

Posted by laurie on September 25, 2013


Poor Uncle Bob! Not one beagle in his arms. So sad. He came over the other day to visit with Buddy and Holly. On the left is my wonderful housecleaner, Janice. She’s been coming here for fifteen years (now you know why the floors look clean!) and adores the boys. Her daughter Sarah recently joined the Army with the intent to be a bomb defuser (à la “The Hurt Locker”). We just learned that she changed her mind on that, thank goodness, and will work in communications instead.

Buddy and Holly are doing great, and I got an email from Audrey yesterday that she and Kevin were having a wonderful time and were headed for Greece.

6 Responses to “How do you spell clutter?”

  1. Karen S. said

    My, that’s one busy kitchen, and it’s nice to see folks we don’t usually see. From what I can see, Janice keeps the house sparkling. And thanks to Sarah for serving our country!

  2. Cathy, Gomez, Lily and Mr. Peabz said

    I’m sure Uncle Bob’s beagle shortage was short-lived and he got his share of beagle lovins!

  3. donnabeaglemama said

    Hey Laurie. Are you going to do a calendar this year? Yesterday’s photo was calendar worthy.

    I still have last years up for the monthly pics.

  4. Kate (Gandolf's mom, w/ memories of Kramer) said

    Uncle Bob looks heartbroken. No Beagle in his arms…

  5. Luana, Cody, and Henry said

    AH . . . my idea of heaven. All those beagle faces!

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