Wordless Wednesday – Who Needs to Dress it up with Words?

Gemma dressed up Nigel dressed up

About colonialist

Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies. Recently Indie Publishing has been added to this list.
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29 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Who Needs to Dress it up with Words?

  1. Mélanie says:

    cute and sweet… even though I dislike “dressed-up” animals… 🙂 btw, words are like acorns… 😉


  2. gipsika says:

    Gosh! 😀

    Btw Col, there’s a flash fiction challenge in the P’kaboo Book Club tomorrow night. It would be such fun if you could come & bring some friends. 🙂 Pweeeze? ^_^


  3. granny1947 says:

    Have you moved yet?


  4. beeblu says:

    Oh dear – furry kid looks deeply embarrassed.


  5. Grannymar says:

    I am smiling, but know I would be on the losing team, it I tried to do that to Buffy.


  6. The Asian says:

    They’re the cutest dogs I’ve ever seen 😉


  7. calmgrove says:

    Your pics remind me that there is an etymological reason that pet dogs are often made to suffer the humiliation of being dressed up. The words ‘puppy’, ‘puppet’ and related terms of endearment like ‘poppet’ (a child) are all derived from the French word poupée, a doll. An personal idol or comfort item we own. In order to dress up.


  8. His expression doesn’t look too happy; I don’t think he’s a natural performer…


  9. 68ghia says:

    And the dogs just sit there and take it – they really are man’s (or rather girl’s) best friend 😉


  10. melouisef says:

    Never see you around on my blog anymore


    • colonialist says:

      Sadly, that goes for a lot of my blogging friends. I try and keep in touch by speedreading the email posts, but time for commenting or even just jabbing in a ‘Like’ isn’t happening lately. Hopefull, when the dust from the move (cof, cof, cof) settles, I will get back to normal.

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  11. misswhiplash says:

    When there is real beauty no amount of fine attite will make any difference. They say ‘ clothes maketh the man’ but that is not true . What is inside is more beautiful, so take off the clothes and let their beauty shine through …….I know this is only mucking about and thry both look very cute


  12. Pussycat44 says:

    Very patient pooches!

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  13. Oh dear :O wordless in deed!


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