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Word(less) Wednesday - RAIN!!

We had a 15 minute rain shower here the other day.  Rain has been a scarce commodity around these parts this year.  We dogs hardly knew what to think.  Neither did the two legged kids. 

We did learn though that Rain + Dry Ground = MUD!!! 

LOTS OF MUD!!!




Wet Stuff?  Falling from the sky??  AWESOME!!!







Scarlet was so excited she knocked Connor down.



The rest of the gang went to make sure he was okay.





I was too busy enjoying the mud to stop and see.




He must've been alright.  A few minutes later he was throwing mud balls at his sister.




Isaac got a bit dirty.  FUN!!!




Cosmo likes the mud stuff too!





Have I mentioned that I really LOVE mud???!!!






These guys would rather watch than join in.  Mom says they're smart.  I think they're wimps!





 Oh, and mom says I have to tell you that our yard is mostly grass.  This is just the area we keep dug up - so we can have MUD!!!!




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  1. Woof! Woof! Very Smart to have a space just for MUD ... How FUN!!!! Happy WW. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  2. OMD !!!! Can we PLEASE come live with you - your Mom is a whole lot more understanding about mud than ours ever would be!!!!!!! Such fun for you and the bipeds.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  3. Oh my friend, that looks like the greatest fun on the earth. I sure wish I were there to join in.

    Bert

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  4. MUD sounds like FUN! How come when it's spelled backwards, it's spelled DUM?!

    I have an area in our backyard where I can dig too! Wooo!

    Woofs & hugs, <3

    ~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

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  5. UhOh....Me bets dere was a lot of baths goin' on at your house!!!

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  6. What fun! I love Connor's sister with her wellies keeping the mud from her toes. Everyone (human and canine) needs to spend a little time in the mud.

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  7. Love your blog...love the mud too!

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  8. Looks like y'all had a lot of fun. I'd hate to be doing laundry at your house : )

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  9. Bet your mama didn't have as much fun cleaning up all that mad!!! But, you guys had a blast!!! xoxo Chloe and LadyBug

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  10. What a great day! Duncan would have loved to have been there. Nothing makes him happier than getting wet. And muddy.

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  11. That looks like a super fun muddy time! Great pictures!

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  12. That rain had all the makings for a great time! I'm glad you all took advantage of it!!

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  13. you guys LIKE the rain?

    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com

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  14. Hey Boondocks!
    Wow, what a fun, fun, fun time!! I'd love to do that. I don't know about your place, but here at mine, we'd all have the garden hose turned on us before getting back inside! That's fun too!
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP

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  15. Oh my gosh, I would have cried if Augie and Ti got that muddy! LOL

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