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Friday, May 6, 2011

Pip's Home Is In The Perfect Location Because ...


In case everybuddy didn't know, Mr. Pip's house is up for sale and so far no one is interested in buying it and I don't understand why because his house is located in the second best city in the United States --- Chicago! 

I think you remember that I live 45 minutes from THE best city of all --- Boston --- butt that's besides the point, right? 

 The point is Mr. Pip's house is all about LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION! I mean, who wouldn't want to be located near ---


the home of the Chicago Cubs?


or the Bad Dog Tavern, anyway? 

So, what are you waiting for, Chicago? Hurry up and buy Mr. Pip's house today! 

P.S. Thank you, Puddles, for making this cute little badge! And thank you, Jazzi, for putting your paws together to help cheer up our friend, Pip!

16 comments:

  1. Me and Charlie hope Mr Pip sells his house asap!! Fingers and paws crossed! Take care
    x

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  2. It's lovely how all the bloggers are helping Mr Pip and his family today!!

    Chicago sounds an exciting place to live and I'm sure someone will find it's just the perfect place for them very soon.

    Good luck, loves and licks from Winnie xx

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  3. Hopefully someone will be interested in it soon.

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  4. It sounds like a great city!

    Nubbin wiggles,
    Oskar

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  5. HOLY GWALK A MOLEY GIRRRRRRL... Your DAD is gonna Faint when he sees this POST!! He is NOT going to believe how MUCH you have learned when you go to help him with his bidness!!!
    He is gonna have his chest all puffed up and be strutting like a Squirrel after a RAID.
    WONDERFUL JOB DAISY!!!

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  6. BOL @ Frankie!
    Yea, Daisy your dad is gonna be so proud of you. Too bad he can't hang dis on da Fridgidaire.
    Who wouldn't want to live a few steps from a tavern!?!?!?!

    You can definately have my neighbor's AND their unspayed kitteh dat keeps getting on my porch:)

    Awesome post Miss Daisy!!!!!

    Puddles

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  7. I hads a dream dat Pip's house will be sold very soon now. And I listens to my dreams.

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  8. Great job, Daisy!!! Pip's home has so many wonderful things about it - it just has to sell soon. We all have our paws crossed for him and his family.

    Mom says you are lucky to live so close to Boston. Having grown up in Western MA, she really misses all the wonderful things about Boston.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  9. I'm keeping my paws crossed!

    Woofs & weekend hugs,

    ~Bailey

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  10. Good luck to you Pip..and your family!

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  11. I need to come over here more often. It's such a cheery place. Animals are so cheery. They're loyal. They never judge you.

    And here's hoping Pip's house sells soon!

    Growing up, thanks to my mother I was afraid of dogs. Now I love them, and cats. I just came back from two days with my daughter who has three cats, two dogs. My favorite is the jack russell terrier, Milo. He's a charmer!

    I think you have a memoir in you, at least with pets. You mentioned on my last post you'd like to write one. Just keep taking notes (and saving your posts) and one day.... I'm very excited about my memoir's release. Everyone needs to have this (publication) happen to them at least once in their life! It will be interesting to get people's reactions to My Life.

    Thanks for dropping by. Now I'm ringing your doorbell. How fun it would be to chat face to face.
    Ann Best, Memoir Author

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  12. Daisy, you were in on this, too! You guys totally got us - we were/are completely overwhelmed by your kindness and good wishes!!! Mama about fell off her chair this morning when she saw all these posts!

    Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

    Your pal, Pip

    P.S.: You are lucky to live so close to Boston! It is a GREAT CITY!!! And you have the ocean, we just have a lake! BOL

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  13. Who wouldnt want to live next to the Bad Dog Tavern?...C'mon!!

    Wyatt

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  14. As a former Chicagoan, I agree Chicago rocks! Haven't been back in a while, but when I grew up there it was the best! Good luck to Pip and his family! As for Boston, never been, but a family member has been strongly suggesting I move there. After reading your good words about it, perhaps I should research it! I think Suka would like the weather there!

    K and Suka

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  15. I didn't realize we were all going to try to sell Pip's house. It sounds like a wonderful house and I'm sure Chicago is a great city. I bet someone will come along to snap it up soon.

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