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Monday, January 2, 2012

PIC OF THE WEEK - BANDIT BOY

Today's Pic of the Week is not an awesome road, nor a cool landmark. Instead, I will share a subject you may have seen before, as he is usually large and in charge. This little creature holds a special place in my heart, and besides... he's so cute!

BANDIT BOY

My handsome "little man"... who helps me keep the rest of the brood in line. No one can get a correction from me, without Bandit jumping in and giving his two cents worth. He loves the fact that we have a Jeep now, and he loves going for R-I-D-E-S. (I have to spell it... or else!)
I'm going for a ride!
"I think we go up here and take a right, dad..."
He's is a great little navigator and loves to help drive.

Let's go mom!
I should have named him "Clown"... because he's always making me laugh!

I hope you all had a nice holiday.  Today is my last day off before settling into the new year and I'm going to relish in it all I can.  I think I'll let Bandit help me with some laundry... he likes bringing me socks!

Have a great week everybody!

Lady R

9 comments:

KT Did said...

How much do I love him!!?? LOADS! Those little guys that G-d gave us to add to our families make me insane with love. I don't know what I would do without my dog of dogdom and he looks like he is soooo happy you are in a Jeep that he can go toodle around with you. Need to get him a bootster :)

Webster World said...

He will learn to spell in no time. Used to spell out t r e a t. Can't do that anymore he knows.

Lady R said...

KT... I think a booster seat would be cool, but may give him some naughty ideas. I keep him harnessed in while driving around, but one time, (he thought he was going to follow me into some store or something) he jumped out of the window and hung there for a minute, looking bewildered until I ran back and put him back in the window. What a goofball! (Another good reason I changed to harnesses and not collars!)

Webster... yep... I spell that one too!

Jim P said...

We have 5 small house dogs, most of them are rescue dogs. They have been with us for many years, and they LOVE going in the car or 4x4 anytime!

Eve said...

He IS a cutie LR!!! And no wonder he likes to R I D E in that Jeep!!! It's way cool!! Love these great photos! Have a great New Year and Ride Safe!!

Trobairitz said...

Awesome pictures. I like how he is always peeking at you (or the camera)

Too cute!

Lady R said...

Jim P... sometimes I miss having big dogs, but when it comes to bath time and traveling... I get over it real quick! :)

Eve... Thanks! He really likes going with us... and he let's us know too!

Trobairitz... I have another little guy just like him, named Joker, but you don't see him in many of the shots, do you? Bandit is definitely my little camera ham! Or, as you said, he's just peeking at me and what I'm doing! (Did I mention that he was nosy too?)

Willy D said...

Are you sure that’s a Jeep? That thing’s cleaner than my bike. I think the little fella’ is saying M U D. Lets go out in the mud Mom!

Lady R said...

Willy D... I'm sure he is! In my defense, it has been a lot dirtier than these particular pics show. In fact, I discovered the joy of "toplessness" after a good ride on some dusty roads. You know how your car looks when it's gotten really dusty... and people walk by and write crap like... "wash me" on the window?? Imagine all that dust being able to settle in your seats, dash, console, etc...! I went to clean it up after one such adventure and I actually patted dust clouds off the head rests. I think it's time for some Jeep accessories... dust covers for the seats!