Wednesday Limerick

A good laugh and a long sleep are the best cures in the doctor’s book. ~Irish Proverb

There once was a Sheltie named Dallas
Who thought he lived in a palace.
He ate and he slept,
And became most adept
At banishing signs of malice.

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28 thoughts on “Wednesday Limerick

  1. OMG Debbie….this put a huge smile on my heart :) Your limerick is so clever! And the picture of Dallas (the cutest dog in the whole wide world – in my opinion) is so precious. What a kissable, huggable, and lovable doggie!

    Thanks for the smile this morning, my friend!

    Have a faaaaaaaabulous Wednesday!

    I’m on my way to New York City for the day :)

    • I’m glad you enjoyed it, Ron. I’m still amazed I was able to catch Dallas snoozing with his tongue out! Usually, he seems to have a sixth sense when it comes to my camera and refuses to play along for the shot.

      I know you’ll have FUN in NYC — and I’m hoping we’ll hear about it on your blog, complete with photos. I hope the weather cooperates and the rains hold off for you!

      Happy rest of your week! xx

  2. Isn’t he a cutie! That little tongue is the perfect focal point, and your limerick’s great. They are so sweet when they’re asleep, aren’t they? Now, if only I could convince Dixie Rose to sleep through the night, instead of wanting to turn her palace into a playhouse at 3 a.m.

    • Aw, thanks, Linda. You know, there’s something vulnerable about a sleeping pet of any type. They’re just so trusting that nobody will step on them, frighten them with loud noises, tickle them, or anything annoying.

      I’m fortunate Dallas doesn’t think 3 a.m. is play-time! And now that morning light is coming later and later, he’s reluctant to stir until 6 or so. Probably the “old dog” within him, but I’m not complaining. It buys me a bit of extra time, too!

  3. Awww, he’s so lovely with his little tongue peeking out! Love the limerick – why can’t humans realise eating, sleeping and playing are the only important things in life…? ;)

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