In a gadda da vida. Or, five pictures of Tallulah’s tongue.

Surprise

Clearly I am obsessed with showing you photos from my pink surprise party I threw for myself five years ago. This was the part where I went outside and came back in and made everyone yell, "SURPRISE!" Boy. What a shock. I just had no idea.

Do you wonder why I have any friends at all?

But showing you this photo is not why I forced you all here today. I wanted to show you photos of Tallulah's adventure this weekend, which I forgot to post.

Discovery

One day Tallulah found a beautiful garden, which was right near her house.

Annabelle

Even though she had been up and down every street, and hither and yon, and also here and there, she had just never turned down this particular road until this particular day.

Pittyfacered

"Me really find such a pretty place? Me dip into the catnip again? Lula tripping? Lula not sure."

Flutterby

There was wildlife to admire, and maybe snap our jaws at because we are rotten dogs.

Statuedog

There was art to contemplate. "Why there art? Why there not just kibble all the time?"

Greenandpurple 
And so many colors to enjoy.

Burgundypink

  Lookout
Lantana
This pretty. This be prettier if Lula not colorblind.

It was a good discovery. It was a good day.

Menlu

HermitsCatz had stupid day. Why catz not get to go nowhere?

Why Francis beaming up right now?


 

31 thoughts on “In a gadda da vida. Or, five pictures of Tallulah’s tongue.

  1. Take Lula’s story and add the lovely Chi-hair (not to be confused with ‘chair’) and I believe there is a happily ever after in the offing…..

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  2. That park looks beautiful but it also looked empty. Does no one use it? What a nice place for a picnic or pictures of Lula’s ass. Your hair looks awesome still.

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  3. Ah…photos of June in a hot pink wig before I finish my first cup of coffee–Good Morning Sunshine!!
    I agree with Talullah, why art and not kibble all the time. Smart dog.

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  4. Talullah needs to do a travel show like Rick Steves. She could give all the best travel advice and never leave her neighborhood.
    The cats look like they should be singing operah. Who are they the Three Tenors? Catico Domingo?
    Hair looks mah-vo-less.

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  5. I love the photo of Tallulah entering the park. She looks like she is going to attack the bronze statue. I am so on Team Tallulah. I’m just one of those “dog” people.

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  6. LOL…that was cute and such a beautiful garden. I wish I had such a pretty place by my house, my Daisy would have a ball. It probably wouldn’t be pretty once she was done. Oh and your hair looked great!

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  7. I love the picture of you at your surprise party! You look TOTALLY taken back. Hahahaha, I’m joking. You would never be taken back. Aback? Maybe. I wonder if boys in the South dress as cute as your guy friend in that picture there in LA.
    The secret garden pics made me think of some Jumanji somethingorother. I would LOVE to have something like that here in the great plains. But alas! We get fun things like pampas grass and yucca.
    The picture of the cats resembles those I pay $200 for at JCP of the Little Puncs. One is trying to kill the other one and the photographer thinks that’s the PERFECT time to snap the shot. Fran appears to be feeling better! Go Team Fran!

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  8. Is the statue an homage to Hitchcock’s film, The Birds? Scary. I jump into a phone booth whenever I see a flock of them swooping on me, which is increasingly more difficult now we are in the age of the cell phone.
    I don’t think all of the pets would sound like Tonto, just Lula. Fran should have a whiskey and cigarettes husk to it and he should curse every other word. Winston should affect a gay lisp while he ponders the latest novel and Henry’s voice should crack like a teenage boy’s at this stage. It used to be a sweet little tenor of a choir boy…
    I am way too involved.

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  9. Is the statue an homage to Hitchcock’s film, The Birds? Scary. I jump into a phone booth whenever I see a flock of them swooping on me, which is increasingly more difficult now we are in the age of the cell phone.
    I don’t think all of the pets would sound like Tonto, just Lula. Fran should have a whiskey and cigarettes husk to it and he should curse every other word. Winston should affect a gay lisp while he ponders the latest novel and Henry’s voice should crack like a teenage boy’s at this stage. It used to be a sweet little tenor of a choir boy…
    I am way too involved.

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  10. Is the statue an homage to Hitchcock’s film, The Birds? Scary. I jump into a phone booth whenever I see a flock of them swooping on me, which is increasingly more difficult now we are in the age of the cell phone.
    I don’t think all of the pets would sound like Tonto, just Lula. Fran should have a whiskey and cigarettes husk to it and he should curse every other word. Winston should affect a gay lisp while he ponders the latest novel and Henry’s voice should crack like a teenage boy’s at this stage. It used to be a sweet little tenor of a choir boy…
    I am way too involved.

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  11. I’m mystified by the statue. Can you investigate that for us? Is is a young St. Francis? Something Wright-brother related (don’t the birds look alarmingly like airplanes?)? Enquiring minds want to know. I want to know.
    Lula good tour guide. Me send kibble now.
    And your hair is holding up remarkably well to NC humidity. Yippee! Go team CHI!

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  12. Beautiful garden (and hair) pics. Personally, I read Tallulah’s commentary in the Cookie Monster voice. Does she say “Om, nom nom nom” when she eats?

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  13. I agree with Juice about the statue – at first I thought it was a bunch of planes buzzing the guy a la King Kong, then I figured out they were birds.
    But how great is it to have a park like that right in the neighborhood?

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  14. I love that park! I would go and walk Miss Tallulah Blueberry every single day. So pretty. My Ernest T. Bass is supposedly a pit bull dog of some kind and heaven only knows what percentage of his heritage is bulldog, and I am sorry but I think your little girl has not a menacing bulldog bone in her body. She is so darn cute I just want to squeeze her and then fold her up and put her in my pocket and take her everywhere with me!
    If and when I ever get his DNA tested I will let you know how many markers they might have in common, you know so we don’t go marrying off cousins or uncle to niece sort of weirdness.
    Oh and I would like to give a standing ovation to all your regular commenters. You really do have an outstanding group of followers here. There has got to be some high-falutin’ i.q. ranking going on to be able to come up with the quips, one-liners and other clever comebacks. Now that you have checked our ages, you may want to do a random sampling of i.q. points or shoe sizes or whatever! 🙂

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