Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Down Home in NC

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Blogging is hard(ly) work for Madi

So is Madi working hard on her blog.....
or hardly working on her blog??????
The answer to that question is, Madi is working hard at checking the notes she dictated for accuracy and most of all that I am working very hard on the blog.....which is hard to do when there is a large obstruction blocking my view. Her job is that of a decorative paper weight.

27 comments:

  1. Ha! Ha! Madi! You are looking so very intently at your dictation notes! You are very good at helping out! Jazzie Jessie likes to lay on the keyboard!

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  2. She's working harder than our cats, particularly one of them who is not Simone. Madi moved! As far as some cats are concerned that's burning the candle at both ends. Woof!

    wags, Lola

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  3. Madi,

    You looks like you are working hard to me :)

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

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  4. I'm pretty sure that's what working hard looks like. It can be REALLY hard work to keep one's assistant in line and keep them from running off to eats chocolate or something. So good job, Madi!

    Wiggles & Wags,
    Mayzie

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  5. Madi,the dictation notes were for your mom's blog,right?
    You are such a great co-worker!!
    Our mommy has 3 large paper weights,too!!!

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  6. Oh MAdi,
    I believe that you are working hard. Divas dont hardly work right? ;-) Keep up the good work.

    wags
    jazzi

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  7. She makes a lovely paperweight too!

    P.S. My paperweight is bigger than yours!

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  8. You sure make a lovely paperweight Mis Maddy! hehe

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  9. Hey Madi and Mom:

    I would have answered your message direct to you, but it shows as no-reply-comment

    English classes you use the small close contact saddle and wear a helmet, jacket, a traditional show shirt, breeches and tall boots which are the english attire.

    Western Pleasure is performed using a western saddle, and western attire. Cowboy hat, collared western type shirt, vest or jacket, chaps/jeans/show pants and cowboy boots.

    Sr. Western Pleasure denotes the horses age. Generally horses 6 and over are considered Sr. pleasure horses.

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  10. A Paper Weight?!? BWA HA HA HA HA, that's what we are too!

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  11. Forgot to answer one of your questions - Ladies Western Pleasure is for women 18 years and older.

    Western Pleasure means your horse performs at a walk, trot (some call it a jog) and a lope (some call it a canter). Never a gallop (gallop is running very fast).

    West. Pleasure horses must travel very slow in any gait that is called for in the class. They will sometimes ask the contestants to extend the trot/jog, but it is only slightly faster.

    In English the trot is very fast and the horse must stride out and cover a lot of ground. We are sometimes asked to extend the trot and the horse has to speed up and really move on out.

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  12. But what a Beautiful Furry Paperweight she makes!! :) Love you Madi!!

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  13. BTW...mom can't find your email...here's ours...

    sparkalina2000@gmail.com

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  14. We are soooooooo happy to see that you are snoopervising, Madi. We love you!!!!

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  15. Us again.....darling Madi, we are so sorry that we missed your Gotcha Day!!!!! But this way you can celebrate it for a second day....:) Happy Happy Happy Belated Gotcha Day, darling Madi. We are sooooo happy that you picked out your mom and dad...and that you didn't acquire a taste for copper!!!!!! xxxxxxxxxxxx

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  16. Madi, your doing a wonderful job as a beautiful paperweight=no one could do it better!...kisses sweetheart...xo...Calle, Halle, Sukki

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  17. Hi Madi, everyone has a job to do and you are doing an excellent one!
    Cute pics of you today too.
    love
    Martha and Bailey xx

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  18. We know you are really the cat behind the scenes doing alll the work!

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  19. HI Madi and Mom,
    Madi tell Mom, you just want to be close. That is a cats way of saying I love you Mom!!!! I can tell Madi really loves her family!!!
    C I felt like lots of my old faithfuls had not been coming around any more and I miss you so much when we don't talk at least every other day. You and Lynn and Diane from Jazzi, Mango. Just missin everybody. This computer is so slow if you don't come I usually don't have time to come to your blog. Thanks so much for your visit.
    How are your parents doing???
    Have a good one, Fern

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  20. Madi,
    Good Job paperweighting! We do the same with out Mommy, and often we invite her to Sniff the end NOT by our necks. She never does, though...we wonder why.

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  21. It is nice to see you are getting the credit you deserve Madi!!

    Smileys!
    Dory

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  22. Hi Madi!

    *giggle*

    We do that all the time to our Momma. Get right in front of the computer screen! She gives us a gentle tap on the behind and we move on.

    purrs
    >^,,^<
    Abby

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  23. You're the cutest paperweight we've seen, Madi!

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  24. Hi, Madi!
    Good snoopervising job!
    I do the same all the time!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  25. Try a seventy pound Lab in your lap. :)

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  26. Hi Madi,

    My mom calls me a paperweight too! Don't they know how hard it is to keep our assistants on track with blogging?

    Purrs,
    Cindi Lou

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