Monday, December 12, 2011

Monday Dose of Cute: The Monday Morning Blues, as Demonstrated by Marta

Marta demonstrates the Monday morning blues  1 -

More photos below. . .

Marta demonstrates the Monday morning blues  2 -

Marta demonstrates the Monday morning blues  3 -

Wishing you a warm and cozy, very un-blue week!

More Marta Beast? Here and here.
More Mondays? Here.

©, where Daisy and Marta, our livestock guardian dogs, actually work 24/7 defending the farm against predators and monsters (and high flying jets), so try not to bring up that whole weekend, days off thing.


  1. Such a tough worker! :) Picking up a badger marked Great Pyr puppy in a few weeks to defend our chickens, very exciting!

  2. Seeing her play like that makes me want to rub her belly til her leg twitches. What a great lifestyle you provide for your puppers--Beagle Boy loves where he's living too. Thanks for sharing.

  3. hahaha, what a wrong thing for a white dog to be doing.

  4. Miss Marta certainly does look blue in that first picture! :)

  5. I love Marta!!! Such a great face!!

  6. Marta's soulful expression certainly captures that Monday morning feeling! But the last picture looks a little more TGIF :-D


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