Saturday, June 28, 2014

Smile! It's Sadieday!

We're still getting back to our routines but we know today is a day to smile!  Mommy saw some funny signs in Alaska so we thought we'd share some.  After visiting two sled dog places, she said pretty much everything is peed on (although it didn't happen to her)...
This sign says "Dog Team Parking - Please scoop the poop" and it's funny because of what the dog looks like it's doing.  Hee hee...
The sled dogs had 'couches' to lay on.  This is 13 year old Martina enjoying hers...
Does that look kinda familiar?
Did you notice the paws?  Sadie was definitely a sled dog who much preferred pulling Mommy when she was on the leash instead of a whole sled!

We hope these made you smile!  Be sure to spread those smiles around since you never know who's day you'll change just by your smile!  

Enjoy your Sadieday and have a great weekend!

22 comments:

Sparkle the Designer Cat said...

Happy Sadieday! That was really an amazing trip your humans had.

Jeanne Pursell said...

Happy Sadie-Day! Love hearing all about the Alaskan excursion!!

Marg said...

Love the signs. And Sadie, it is so good to see your wonderful smile. You could have been a sled dog very easily. You all have a great day.

Oui Oui said...

OMC or should we say OMD! That is TOO funny! We love seeing funny signs, and this reminded the mom she had a dream the other night that a small dog peed on her shoe. We wonder where that came from and what it means. MOL . . . BOL?

Sandee said...

I love those signs. Especially the first one.

I love Sadieday too. Very much.

Have a woof woof Sadieday. My best to the girls. :)

Grace said...

Any day with a pic of smiling Sadie is gonna be a smiley day. More vacation pics please...

Katie Isabella said...

Tell your mommy how much MY mommy enjoyed all of her pictures. Only one member of the family, my brovver has even been there in Alaska. He didn't mention any pee but you never know. xxoo

Patty Woodland said...

Those dogs have a great place to recline when they are not working

Stacy Hurt said...

And im astonished there is no new sadie. What gives? Yer gonnaet a couple of hiccups like divorce and feline abandonment stop you? Pppfft. Sissy

The Furries of Whisppy said...

We smiled as we scrolled down the pictures but our biggest smile was for beautiful happy Sadie. We loved the part about her being her Mommy's personal sled dog. :)

Kitties Blue said...

Mom loves this kind of funny signs. That and the gorgeous photo of Sadie made her smile. XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Cslista Jo

The Island Cats said...

Those are some funny signs. But we always enjoy seeing Sadie's smile. :)

Angel Keisha said...

Sadie Day is fun! :)

Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Yep...

We are looking furward to the smiles when woo get your puppy!

Just sayin'!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra
PeeEssWoo: I'm sure Angel Sadie enjoyed the visit!

Abby / Linda said...

Definitely a boost for me today! Thanks! I needed it!

Kjelle Bus aka Charlie Rascal said...


Funny sign :)
But the best is Sadie´s smile <3

XOXO

Ann said...

Well I'm certainly glad to hear that your mom didn't get peed on :)
I love how they have red couches in those pens.

Splendid Little Stars said...

definitely smiling! Thanks for sharing!

Kathleen said...

Awwww! Great Sadie smiles!!! Thanks =<,,>=

The Army of Four said...

We love those signs!!!
And yes, we smiled a LOT!
Cammie!

Ms. Phoebe said...

Awwww what breed was Sadie? The last doggie reminds me of my childhood dog Hildegard- she was a German Shepard/Norwegian Elkhound. She looked more like an Elkhound, had their thick double layer fur. It was so thick, fleas never were a problem with her! She was like Sadie and would pull whoever walked her around like they were a sled. Her size scared most people, yet there wasn't a mean bone in her body. She loved other dogs, our cats, and mothered my bunny Gumdrop. These dogs are wonderful and loyal souls.

BeadedTail said...

Ms. Phoebe, Hildegard sounds like she was a very special doggie! Our sisfur Sadie was an Alaskan Husky who was rescued from a sled dog puppy mill type place in Nebraska when she was just a baby. She was super special to all of us too!