Sunday, November 7, 2010

Halloween Day

Last Sunday was Halloween. The tweets were weady.













The house was weedy to scare the human pups.

I patiently waited for the human pups to show up for their tweets.


And I waited...
And waited...
And waited...
And waited some more...















I finally had to take a load off.


After all that waiting only 4 human pups showed up. Mommy and Daddy have been eating the left over tweets and I got nothing for my twoubles. I am feeling under appreciated.

Till next time...

Luna Licks,

Looneytunes

4 comments:

Maggie and Mitch said...

That's exactly what was happening to us for the past few years, Luna! Mom finally stopped buying candy because she was the only one eating it!
It's less stress knowing that trick-or-treaters won't be ringing your doorbell!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

JackPDB said...

We always get a lot of trick-or-treat traffic, because we live in a cul-de-sac and it's very safe for the kids to walk -- plus they can hit 40-some houses in a space of about a half-mile. Katya was flipping out every time the doorbell rang, but she really got in a tizzy when I took her for a walked while the streets were thronged with costumes. When we got back from that trip, she was a lot more relaxed about the doorbell, I'll tell you...
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joycy said...

he is so scruffy so cute!!
I'm sure hallowenn is one of his fav holidays with so much action going on.

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William Tell said...

We live in the country, so we don't have any trick-or-treaters way out in the boonies. If we did, they'd probably be real boogers and we sure wouldn't be opening the door for them. I would probably go bonkers if I had ghosts or zombies at the door. Might leave a puddle or two, ya reckon?

Happy Tails,
William Tell