Sunday 19 May 2013

Share It Sunday, Murphy and Stanley!

Nominated by last week’s guest Frankly & Ernestly Speaking!

Watch Out For The Goat!

As promised, I have to tell you all about yesterday.  It started off with lots of fun.  We went to the park to watch JC play soccer and then had a little picnic for his mom (her birthday) and for my mom (Mother's Day).

It was lots of fun.  There were so many interesting things with all those kids and our own grandpeeps giving us lots of attention.  After that we went home for a while and then we went to dinner at a friend's house.

This is Emma, it was her mom that invited us over with our pawrents.  Emma is beautiful and has a wonderful smile!

This is Scruffy.  He is staying with Emma for awhile until his new house is ready to move into.  It was his 12th birfday!  He is kind of sick so if you cross your paws for him that would be nice.

The thing about Emma's house is that there were lots of new experiences and smells that we NEVER knew before!  First of all we met her cat.  She was a very nice cat and we got along perfectly.  There was another cat but she didn't like me.  I tried to chase her down and tell her I was a fun guy but she kept running . . . so I kept following her . . .

Jayden, a very nice cat.  We are friends.  I hope Jayden tells the other cat I am a nice Doodle.

So there was Emma, Scruffy, Stanley, and me.  Oh, and other humans that we didn't know before too.  Oh, also there were two other friends.

                                    Jakota and Makana are now our new friends too.

So after we met all these new friends were were just hanging around the yard, minding our own business.  Just sniffing all the new smells.

 "Hey Stanley, check out this smell . . . what do you think it is?"

 "Not sure Murph, I never smelled it before.  Hey Emma, what is it?"

"Boys, look up and you will see."

"What is that??  Is that a goat?  No, it's two goats!"

"Whatcha think Jayden, should we go say hello to the goats?"

Emma said the goats' names were Tazer and Karbon so we thought we better say hello"

"Hello Karbon, my name is Stanley. Are you a goat? Can I sniff your butt?"

He didn't say anything, something about "Neaahhh" So We just left and went back to sniffing.

Then I heard a funny sound behind me so I turned around REALLY fast.  Have you ever seen a goat up close?  I mean REALLY close?

He had evil in his eyes - YIKES!

And then I heard mom screaming.  Yes, she was screaming, a blood curdling scream that could be heard for miles and miles (we were close to the mountains so it might have echoed).  "Murphy . . . Stanley . . . run for your lives!!!"

I ran like the wind!  If mom thought I was a fast runner before, that was nothing!  I had a goat hot on my tail!

                           And then he went after Stanley!

So it turned out that we both got butted.  We didn't get too mad though, we just wondered what the heck they were doing that to us for?  I mean, how rude!  Anyway, after awhile we tried to talk some sense into them and guess what?  We got butted AGAIN!  Then one of them went over to Dad and said something to him.

                              "Those two Ding-Dongs are getting on my nerves!"
 Dad must have said something to the goat cuz the goats said they were sorry.

                           "Sorry Doods"

After that we figured everything was fine so we went back to checking out all the smells in the yard.  And believe me there were lots of smells that were new to us!

                           "Watch this . . . gonna give 'em one for the road . . . Neaahhh"!

 And he did . . .

About Me!

We are two mini Goldendoodles, born on February 3, 2012, and came to live with our peeps at the age of 7 weeks.  Although we are litter mates, Stanley is quite a bit bigger than Murphy (about 10 pounds).  We have graduated from Puppy School, Intermediate, and Advanced Class and have our CGC (Canine Good Citizen). We love to swim, run with our pawrents, hike, chew and play, play, play.  Murphy is an EXPERT at fetching balls and Stanley is an EXPERT at fetching Murphy.  We have our own computers and are the official Directors of Purchasing for Blogville.

Continuing to give something back on my ‘Share It Sunday’. We all share and we grow together.  Pop over say hello and make a new friend.

From the author Molly The Wally.

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  1. Oh my, not sure what I would do around a goat!! Run fast!!! Bol!!

  2. OMD! TO see you two fluff balls at the computers, this is a HOOT !!! And goats? This is perfection, for in spite of their EVIL EYES, they are quite humorous and fun to have around. Good to meet you two! ENJOY!

  3. Wow what an adventure! I like the goat-bonbons very much, maybe Karbon and Tazer could send me soem? (but don't tell it to my staff) Thanks for a great sharing-sunday post Molly!

  4. We love Stanley and Murphy. We laughed when we read about them being butted by the goat....sorry...couldn't help it!

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  5. That was a great post Molly! We loved watching Murphy and Stanley with the goat's.

    Lily Belle & Muffin

  6. Looks like a great time on your adventure Murphy and Stanley. The goats we were cool. Thanks for sharing molly. Have a great day.

  7. When you asked if you could sniff the goats butt, what did the goat say?

  8. what a fun family

    urban hounds

  9. BOL!!! Those goats are so funny!!!! And Emma is soooooooo beautiful!! But I am a little biased since I am a cocker too!


  10. such cuties. i liked the butting goat, too!

  11. That is nutty cause we think that goat thinks he is a dog, BOL
    Benny & Lily

  12. Molly WooHoo
    Murphy and Stanley are such wonderful Doodles...and so much fun. They are their peeps ying and yang.
    Hugs madi your BFFF

  13. We LOVE Murph and Stan !! They are ON LINE DOODS ! AND they are secret agents 0087S and 0087M who are often in KAHOOTS with MY Ernie Agent 0087E and his girrrrrlfurend ROXY Agent 0087R They have been known to cause some MAJOR troubles in Blogville.
    THANKS Molly fur sharing a bit of their lives with everybuddy...

  14. We love Murphy and Stanley too. They are a couple of cool doods.

    Millie and Walter

  15. WOW that is a lot of animals! Those smells must has been INTENSE. I especially like the part about how you has to bark and follow a catses around to let them know you is a good dog, but they keep running away! Of course you has to follow them. Thanks for sharing the doods, Molly!


  16. Thanks Molly, now going to nip over to see all those paws and hooves. Luvs Freya Rose Blossom X

  17. Murphy & Stanley!! they are a couple of great doods for sure! The goat meeting was a fun story!
    Bailey, Hazel & Greta

  18. I never seen a goat but some say it taste nice..bawahwaaww we love the Dood's xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

  19. Thanks for hosting us Molly! We always like meeting new friends and some have already stopped by! BTW, Stanley said to tell anyone who was wondering that the goat's butt smelled like Oreo cookies. I said, "Are you sure?" and he said maybe he was wrong, it was a fast sniff cuz he had to get out of there!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  20. Love that last photo! We are not allowed to play on the laptop, boo.
    Lovely to meet you both.
    Dip Bridge and Elliot x

  21. My aunty Peanut, (15 years old) met a rabbit once. It escaped from it shuthc up the street, it was strange she said, bit like your goats! Glad you had a good day tho' and Get Well Scruffy!!

  22. Murphy and Stanley are very cute and so is the goat!

  23. Great post, I'm going to pop over and visit Murphy and Stanley.


  24. Great fun for Murphy and Stanley. Mom says she doesn't think we would do very well near goats:) But she and the little bipeds have had lots of fun bottle feeding the baby goats at our local farmstead.

    Nice post.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

  25. Aw, we love these guys. Their trip over to their friend with the goats was pretty funny. Hope you had a great Sunday!

  26. What fun buddies. Thanks for sharing with us. My previous Dalmatian was great friends with a kid (the goat kind - although she also loved the people kind :) ). What a character that little goat was. He thought he was a dog.

    Paws, tails and everything else crossed for Scruffy. Poor thing. Hate hearing about animals feeling poorly

  27. Adorable goldendoodles!! And that goat pic is too funny.

  28. What a bunch of cuties! That goat looks so funny! Prayers to Scruffy!

  29. Yikes! Sounds like an interesting