Thursday, May 6, 2010

Poor Uncle Ed~~

Today, I was just taking it easy on my love seat when I received a phone call from Uncle Ed. He sounded quite upset bout something. I had him tell me just xactly what happened.He said that yesterday Aunt Linda had went and bought some flowers for her flower pot. She came home and got them all planted and she liked how they looked. Uncle Ed said once they bloom there will be pretty flowers there.
Today, she came out on the patio and this is what she found in her flower pot. The tag and a big hole!!There were pieces of the prairie grass and flowers strung up the patio stairs and on the patio. He said that Aunt Linda was really really MAD!!! Uncle Ed thought it might have been the raccoons, or the possums or the bunnies that did this.
But Aunt Linda wouldn't hear of any of it, do you know what she did?? She blamed MY Uncle Ed!! As if...he had anything to do with it!! I was shocked to hear that~~ Aunt Linda blaming MY favorite Uncle Ed!!!! WHAT was she thinking???? Now....I know he is smart enough NOT to mess with his wife's flowers!! Seriously, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to tell you not to do that.
So, I guess there was quite the heated discussion and Uncle Ed stormed out and was determined to prove that it wasn't him. He did a little investigating and he found these tracks. They kinda look like giant bear track. Hey Tank, Are there any Bears in Kansas??
Uncle Ed kept following the tracks to see what the giant animal was. He followed them up and down some hills and finally they led to the giant animal. It wasn't a bear at all!! Here is the culprit!! BOL!They got pretty bold to come up by the house but they did!! Uncle Ed is still upset for being blamed for this incident. Since I also get blamed for things, I tried to offer my support for him. Now, I am kinda miffed at Aunt Linda for blaming MY Uncle Ed!!!


  1. Isn't there a cat around that you can pin the blame on? ;)

  2. ROTFL...oh sorry..not funny........BOL.......very rude neighhhhhhhbors you have there!

  3. We thought it might be a squirrel trick. But we thought like you, that Uncle Ed wouldn't do something like that. Bet those horses are having a laugh!

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

  4. I don't get it at all. You're trying to tell me that it's BAD to dig up things? But it's what we do, no?
    Toodle pip!
    from a puzzled Bertie,

  5. Oh Jazzi, that has happened to our mum although the culprits have not been so adorable!
    It is very upsetting for the humans who have spent ages planting things!
    We hope your aunt gets some more flowers in and manages to keep them safe from harm.
    They will look lovely in the summer - we plan to do that this weekend.
    Martha and Bailey xxx

  6. We never dreamed that horses would try to get your Uncle Ed in big trouble, Jazzi! That's just awful!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

  7. Sometimes my master buys those jumping plants and puts them on the observation deck. I get very distressed when they leap out of the pot and try to put them back. Momma needs to setup a spy camera because she is convinced that I took them out. No way!


  8. They definitely need a brave Scottie of their own. Even when we are in the house, we sound an alarm when any kind of critter approaches the home front. And if we were outside, we'd have chased off even those HUGE critters.


    Bonnie - Swift Warrior Princess

  9. So what you are saying is one of the plants made a break for it....

  10. WOW...You were so nice to console poor Uncle Ed Jazzi. That was just so very wrong for the horses to frame him like that!!


  11. Haha! Your Aunt Linda should knows that any husband-man who want to go on living wouldn't be out there digging up his wife-lady's flowers. I'm very much glad he was able to prove his innocences and that you were there to console him for being most wrongly accused. I do hopes your Aunt Linda said she was sorry and baked him a pie made out of cheese or something.

    Wiggles & Wags,

  12. We knew we didn't want any of those horse varmints hanging around for some reason - now we know why - they got your greatest, specialist, bestest Uncle Ed In trouble. BAH ARROOOO on them!

    Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Ruairi

  13. You are such a loyal puppy to stick by dear Uncle Ed throughout the entire phone call! I would want you on my side, that's for sure! I hope Uncle Ed gets you some kinda reward for believing he was innocent, don't you? Those horses were a bit too daring to take a bite out of those plants...I mean, don't they have enough grass to eat out in those fields of theirs!
    Thanks for your caption for the FLOPPY EARED CAPTION CONTEST! I'll be announcing the winner tonight!

  14. Those horses look pretty rotund, I bet they steal a lot of stuff!! Poor Uncle Ed, he's gonna need counseling if he keeps getting blamed for stuff he didn't do! At least he's a good detective!

    Brutus the Frenchie

  15. Hi Jazzi, Your are a good friend Jazzi to stick up for your Uncle Ed!!
    I feel so sorry for the horses!!! There was not a blade of grass growing in that field they were in!!! The poor things are hungry!!!
    XXOO, Bambi & Fern

  16. Wonder if Uncle Ed did it?
    Benny & Lily

  17. Hi, Jazzi!
    Is your Uncle Ed known for doing bad things??
    I mean... if you auntie thinks he was the culprit...
    Glad they found the real culprits!
    Kisses and hugs