Sunday, November 4, 2012

Mischief Monday

Hello Friends.


Does this look like the face of mischief?  Let me show you something.

See this?  Right there by my nose.  Let me get a close up.

That's the couch cushion.  And those are two holes, about the size of my canine teeth.  But it is not my fault.  Let me explain.

See I was playing laser light.  There it is up on the wall.

I was having a great time chasing and barking at the light.  Then MOM's phone rang and when she answered it, the laser light she was holding shined on the couch cushion.  All I did was grab the light.  I mean it was just shinning on the cushion.  What was I suppose to do?

Again I ask... Is this the face of mischief?  I think not.
Blessings,
Goose


39 comments:

  1. So totally Not your fault. I am 100% on your side on this.

    Bert

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  2. Oh, that is the face of total innocence! If you'd meant harm, there would be pillow guts all over the floor!

    Bunny

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  3. Ruh Roh! Wells, I agree with Bert...TOTALLY not your faults Goose! And, NO, that is NOT the face of mischief!!! (Ma says mine is, butts thats besides the point) You just had an 'accident', right? Right.

    Kisses,
    Ruby

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  4. I think you are perfectly innocent Goose. You were just doing your job.

    Kelsey

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  5. Oh my goodness Goose, that was totally not your fault, at all!! I mean, if anyone is to blame, it would be that pesky laser light! :-D Look at that face, not a bad vibe at all!

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  6. Totally innocent. I think you will have the entire Blogville community behind you on this one, Goose.

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  7. If the pointer points to the cushion it is fair game for biting. It was your mom's fault for not turning the laser off before she answered the phone.

    Millie

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  8. Goose, we have considered all the facts and presented them to our pawrents (as well as ourselves). Concerning Count 1 of piercing couch cushions, our verdict was unanimous: NOT GUILTY!!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  9. Definitely not your fault. These things will happen. Assy-dents are a constant at our home. MOL!

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  10. Monday mischief, never Goose. What is a dog to do? Lovely to see you happy and larking around pal. Have a lovely Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  11. It could of been worse.....it could of been pointing on her toes!

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  12. It is SO not your fault Goose. It's actually the fault of whoever it was that was calling MOM on the phone!! We think she will be ok with it. You know. Since it truly was not your fault. xoxo Chloe and LadyBug

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  13. It was an accident, Goose ! It wass not your fault and you surely don't look mischief !!

    Kisses
    Iris

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  14. no definately not your fault Goose, what on earth was your mom doing answering the phone when it was playtime anyway, how naughty of her. she should of just let it ring :)

    stormy likes to steal my sofa cushions and drag them up to the bedroom and hide them while im a work, now that is definate mischief!

    Charlene and Stormy
    xxx

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  15. Goose don't say another word until you talk to a lawyer. I recommend Mr. Pip from the firm of Burger, Burger and Bacon!! He is little but he takes a big bite out of injustice. Your defense is you were tricked by the evil red light.
    Hugs Madi your BFFF

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  16. It was definitely not your fault. How did it feel to finally catch the light?

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  17. An honest mistake, I say! Throw a cushion over the holes and forget it ever happened.

    Your pal, Pip

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  18. Flip the cushion! COmpletely not your fault!!

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  19. Oh Deary Me....Just say da squirrels done it and all will be right wit da world!

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  20. you are not guilty, no, never... hmmm maybe you can put some flowers into the holes, or you can put the stick of a popsicle inside? I think holes are encouraging your creativity, so they aren't too bad :o)

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  21. Hmmmm....it's a little bit michevious and a whole lotta beautiful. It makes me smile. Holes in couch cushions are beautiful (we have a few).

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  22. It was clearly your momma's fault. She should know not to shine the light anywhere she doesn't want you to go!

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  23. Well that'z definately your Moms fault. I'd stop her treats for a week.
    xx00xx
    Mollie and Alfie

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  24. Haven't they figured out you are perfect yet? You can do NO wrong....I'll have my secretary send them a memo....

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  25. What good advice you have gotten from your friends!! Flip the cushion and just remember there is no Court in the world that would convict you...unless you live in a third world country and then they might eat you..anyway goose mom needs to remember when she plays with a lazer what could happen!!
    stella rose

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  26. A jury of your peers would certainly find you innocent of all charges.

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  27. I stand FIRMLY in your corner, my friend!!! FIRMLY! What if that thing had tried to attack your MOM while she was on the phone?!!? You should be commended for your actions!
    Play bows,
    Zim
    PS: I think I need your help, Goose! Any way you can get out here to Kansas? Check my Monday post. There's something totally fishy going on out here. I think you're JUST the pup to help out!

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  28. We don't really want to put the blame on your mom, but . . . . . . BOL


    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  29. No way Goose. That is no mischief. You are perfectly within your rights...lol.

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  30. Nope, nope, nope...you should not be held responsible for this action!!

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  31. I don't think you are guilty at all!
    love
    tweedles

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  32. Nope not your fault. You had no choice but catch it. It's usually to fast to catch, how would you have known it was gonna stop on the cushion for you to catch.

    The silvers and more

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  33. That's exactly what me says about the scratched sofa. I mean, how is me supposed to tell the sofa from a scratching post?
    Kisses
    nellie

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  34. Heh Heh heh now that's what I call makin your mark ;)

    Waggin at ya,
    Roo

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