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Wednesday, September 24, 2008

I'm going nuts!!!!!

OK! Just tell me that it is the Chemo working on my brain. Or the steroids in the chemo. Or maybe that I'm getting old and stupid and senility is setting in or something. But what in the world would possess me to want one of these??????? I just went through over a year of terror, heartbreak, bad words, loss of temper, pulling out my hair, flunking Bad Boy School, etc., etc., etc., and still. . . . . I want one.



HELP ME!!!!!!!!

There's 10 of these heart grabbers, so. . . . You can go see the whole lot of these fur balls here:

http://puppychoo.blogspot.com/

19 comments:

Juri said...

It has go to be the chemo....but then what is my excuse?? Now I want to mate my girls and have ten of them!!! Must be post-chemo brain problems here, too!!

Juri

Jan and Tom's Place said...

I had to go and take a peek...(squeal) are they cute!!!

No matter what it is...they're not baby puppies anymore...they're 9 months old now...that was posted late December, early January!!

LOL~

Deborah said...

hehehe....I don't know what causes it, but I have the symptoms....and we're picking up the cure next week! Watch for a post titled, "What was I thinking?!" I'm sure I'll be writing it within in a few weeks!

Cora from Nelia's Primitive Place said...

I didn't even notice the date of the posts ---- I was so taken with those fur babies!!! OK! I'm out of trouble here!!!!!! Cora

Nicole said...

They are adorable!

Ruthie said...

They're cute and would be good company - but also lots of work.
We had a small dog for 18 yrs and I missed her terribly when she was gone, but now we have more freedom to come and go as we please.
Well, think about it. Good company when you're feeling a little down - but more work when you are not feeling good at all.
Just the Pros and Cons of a puppy.
Smiles.

Julie said...

They are too cute to pass up--go for it!! julie

Toni said...

Cora,
You absolutly are not crazy at all!! Thoes little guys are sooo cute!! Even with all the chaos going on in my life right now I want one too!!
Hope your feeling better:)take care!!Love and blessings,Ttoni

Raquel said...

Definitely the chemo. They don't stay thataway forever, unfortunately. He is a cutie, tho! Much love, Raquel XO

ByLightOfMoon said...

Just think of the fun times Buster would have with a playmate! Their are plenty of pets needing homes if these have been adopted, otherwise go for it. But, Have plenty of chewies around for teething and visit my new Pet Web-site for many of your needs.
http://www.Myshop4Pets.com

Renna said...

I wouldn't suggest it at this specific time of your life, but I can certainly see the desire for it. There is something so very magnetic about a sweet and cuddly puppy. They scream, "LOVE ME, HOLD ME, CUDDLE ME, TAKE ME HOME!". Plus, there's that intoxic puppy breath.

I'd take every puppy I saw if I could. I've learned the best way to handle that desire is to keep myself from temptation, and stay away from the pups. ;-)

StitchinByTheLake said...

Ok where do you live 'cause I'm coming to get one of these cute things. Drat! Florida...a little too far. :) A little too much "No!" from my husband. But cute really calls my name right now. blessings, marlene

Oma aka Meme said...

me too- but I live to far away to be tempted-
you have chemo brain-fog--it is common and real (smile)- wow- glad papa did not want a puppy when he had his chemo brain moments-
praying for you -----many wait for the chemo to be done so you can have the time to do all this puppy stuff-
hugs from Meme

Julie said...

I'm probably not helping matters, but a puppy could be a great companion for you! Pets can do wonders for people who are ill or going through treatments. :)

Judy's Vintage Collections said...

Cora, all I can say is too cute! and I must be nuts too!....but I have a yorkie, poodle and three house cats...they are lots of company to me...but a puppy will steal my heart any day of the week...and I would be weak and take it in...that me....(giggles)

We are praying for you to be free of cancer.....at the United Pentecostal Church...in the heart of Texas!
be safe in Jesus!
afriendtoyou,
Judy

Joyfulsister said...

Hi Cora!!!
Oh my gosh there are so cute~~ I hope you get your card soon you would not believe the story about getting that card to you, but I'll tell you later. I know it's on the way lol.
I remember Chemo brain known as brain fog.. But you have a great sense of humor so you will be able to laugh at yourself while experiencing them..I remember putting groceries away and put the ice cream in the food pantry instead of the fridge. I sprayed my hair with what I thought was hairspray and found out why my hair was white..I sprayed deodorant instead lol. I enetrtained my family very well!!!

Hugz Lorie

PianoPlayer said...

OK, Cora...STEP AWAY FROM THE PUPPIES! Tee Hee
Cheryl

Lea of Farmhouse Blessings said...

I'd like to snuggle with one right now. They are sooooo sweet!

Smiles,
Lea

naomisnotions said...

LOL...they are cute!!! But Cora, they get BIGGER!!! LOL...

Thanks for the giggle! :)

Naomi