Monday, August 31, 2015

Monday Mischief, Aussie Style

We have this routine on the mornings after my husband has worked late.  We have "the wake up crew"!

The dogs look forward to it every morning.  When it is time for my husband to get up, I tell them"It's time to get Dad up".  As I get his coffee (yes, he's a little spoiled), they wait anxiously for us to go get him up.

When I open the door, it all happens pretty quickly.  They swarm the bed and work on waking up Dad.  It works pretty much every time. I do warn him in advance that we are coming by knocking on the door and saying "I have your coffee and the wake up crew!".

Of course, I often wonder if the end result they are seeking is the same one I am seeking.  While I am trying to get Dad up, I think they are trying to take his spot since it's all nice and warm.  Either way, it's pretty funny and one of the quirky things that happen around here.

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  1. Mr. N is not a morning dog. He's perfectly happy to sleep in!

  2. That *is* funny. With our beagle, I would always send her in to "wake up Daddy!" He much preferred being woken up by her over me! Now with Rita, she sleeps as late as he does!

  3. That is so cute! We do that. too!! :D

  4. That kind of wake up looks good to me!

  5. Hi Y'all!

    BOL! Who could sleep through that!

    Y'all come on by,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

    1. Certainly not my husband. The dogs love their job.

  6. That's so cute! I am not a morning person - I so need a wake up crew!

    1. I have my own version. When it is Zero Dark Thirty, they start putting noses in my face and I wake up to let them out and mostly because they say so. Who can sleep with five dogs working you over?

  7. OMG, that was the best video!!! LOL!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!