Wednesday, August 17, 2016

I'm Sorry

I did a bad thing.   I stole mom's pretty wool pansy mat off the cobbler's bench and I pulled some of the pretty purple beads off of it.   I didn't eat any of the beads.  I just spit them out and she found them on the floor.
I'm sorry, mom.   I didn't mean to do it.
I have so many bigboy privileges that mom forgets that I'm still a puppy.  
 Sunday morning, I got to go to the hardware store with dad.  
 He was shopping for plumbing parts. 
Thanks for taking me along with you, dad.     Now I don't feel so bad for blemishing mom's pansy mat.

Love ya lots♥
Mackie

29 comments:

  1. We all make mistakes and I can tell you are very sorry. Just be extra good and I'm sure your mom will not be mad for long.

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  2. What Pip said. That good boy routine works with the moms all the time!

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  3. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh Mackie...you owned up to your mistake like a big boy and you offered a purrfect apology to your mom. She knows you are sorry and I'm 100% sure all is forgiven especially with that sweet face.
    Hugs madi your bffffffff

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  4. Mommas ALWAYS accept apologies if delivered with big puppy eyes and kisses. Don't worry about it.

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  5. You are so sweet, care and honest!!!! Everyone makes a mistake in life. Don't worry your mom will forget about it very soon.
    Rachel

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  6. Aww you can't be mad at that sweet face! (for long, right?!)
    Hope you're staying cool!

    Love and kissies, tula

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  7. Oh my goodness. I'm glad he spit them out. Did you yell at him so he wouldn't do it again?!! Did you make it? I've always wanted one. I am eclectic in my interests from Prim to Shabby and everything in between.
    About the ceiling fan. I used to stand on the bed. But it's too wobble and harder for this older body to get on anymore. I just used my step ladder that I got free from the dumpster! It's one of those tall ones that has the pain can holder. It worked perfectly. I can use a bleach wipe on them now weekly (if I don't forget)
    I'm about to post a funny Wordless Wednesday pic.
    XXOO

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  8. When will mommas learn if we could reach it, it's ours
    Lily & Edward

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  9. Oh, no! We can tell that you're really sorry, though! :( It's all part of growing up, Mackie. Sometimes it's hard for us to remember everything isn't a chew toy. Like sweet pansy mats and err... silk scarves. (whistling innocently...)
    At least you spit the beads out and didn't get sick!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  10. We can see you are very sorry, Mackie and you did spit the beads out. We hope you didn't get in too much trouble...

    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  11. Uh Oh Mackie….try that really cute look on Mom and I'm sure she'll furgive you, who could resist that look?
    Glad to hear you were wise enuffs to spit the beads out, well done
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  12. Moms gotta expect that kind of stuff!!

    Wags
    Oreo

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  13. Awww Mackie, you're still learning my little love and I know mom knows that ;)

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  14. That's always the right choice, isn't it? Own up and apologize! However...I still steal stuff and take it under the bed...and I'm almost nine! Parental Unit is a very patient old gal:-)

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  15. What did you learn about making wise choices?

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  16. All part of being a puppy, Mackie. We bet your Mom can stitch a few more beads right back on there.

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

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  17. Hailey wants you to know eventually the puppy excuse wears out and you have to try things like, I was scared, or a squirrel made me do it:) Enjoy being a puppy now!

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  18. Sometimes that little 'puppy part' in us all, makes us do things we shouldn't. We're sure your mom forgives you.

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  19. We are sure you did not mean to do it Mackie, and we see that you are very sorry.
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  20. UhOh......Oh well. Think of it this way. You got to teach Mom something today. Bet she never does that again! And you were such a good boy for not eating the beads. Not much food value there....and they DON'T taste like chicken! :)

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  21. we all revert to puppyhood occasionally :)

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  22. Oh well. I hope that any damage was repairable.

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  23. It's OK every dog makes mistakes!
    Louis Dog Armstrong

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  24. We know your mom will forgive you. You did a great "I'm sorry" face.

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  25. We are pretty sure that your mom will forgive you...it happens sometimes with puppies...and you are still pretty little!!

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  26. Oh oh.... don't you have those peeps trained yet? It took us a while to train Mom to put the remote up high. And when Fudge came to live here, Mom gave up stitching for four years. He liked to help.

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