Bella and DiDi the Standard Poodles: Why get out of bed?


Recently, we have noticed that a lot of our blogging buddies have had to contend with rain and storms near their homes. They have written about how the nasty weather has ruined their daily routine. After an early spring filled with hot and sunny days, the rain monster has  finally come to our home. It is cold, wet and windy.

Before breakfast this morning, we were talking amongst ourselves about how we wanted to stay in our warm beds all day. It seemed like the humans had the same thought as the wind outside started to pick up. They are still in their pajamas and on our couch watching the bright thing.

So here we are lounging in our plush beds, having a nice chat and taking some down time. Why fight the nasty weather? We’ll just ride it out. Plus, the rain does awful things to our hair. We come inside looking half the size we did before we went outside. The humans are right when they say we’re mostly fur.

Normally, the thought of a day in bed would have us showing our sad faces but today it feels right. Sometimes we all need a day of relaxation in our plush beds. The busy days will  start again soon.


Bella and DiDi
















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12 thoughts on “Bella and DiDi the Standard Poodles: Why get out of bed?

  1. Bella and DiDi, your humans need the exercise! Don’t worry about muddy paws or a splash of rain or the cold – get out there and exercise your humans. It is your duty! 🙂

  2. Oh my gosh! This is adorable! Do you have photos or are they artistically made up? I know how you feel you guys but someones got to pay for those dog treats you get hyped up on every month.

      • I know what you mean. Oh my gosh I love this. Sometimes animals make more sense than humans. I have a chihuahua and you will love him but he was traumatized when he was younger and now his very defensive and protective but we make sure to make him feel very safe. You guys have a good day staying in.

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