If you have been reading this blog for a while, you will know that I love my walks. They are my favorite part of my days! Seriously, all Liz has to do is say the word and I start dancing around the house like a crazy dog.
This weekend we went down to the beach at the end of Seacoast Avenue and had a lovely walk at sunset with our friends who were visiting. I wanted to take a picture of me with them, but Liz forgot. So here I am on the beach instead:
Isn’t it strange how instead of red eye, dogs in flash photos get green eye? I think I look a little posessed here…and also in this one, only now my eyes are red:
This one is a bit more flattering:
After the photo shoot I was finally free to run into the night! And I did:
How was your weekend? I hope you had a nice one, too!
Hello everyone; sorry it’s been a while but there has been a lot going on around here!
The other day I went to see my new house.
Liz & Jon have been many times but this was the first time I got to see it. I was so ready to explore!
It has a nice yard. There were lots of interesting smells.
I could tell there had been some dogs there before me! So of course I had to leave them a little message.
Once that was taken care of, I was ready to go inside. It was totally open so I got to run around everywhere. Well almost everywhere. Liz told me to get out of the fireplace.
And then she made me pose of course. I know I’m cute but I just wanted to get on with it!
Liz’s friend came over with her new baby. He is 3 weeks old. I had never seen a baby that small before. I was like, “What the heck is that thing?”
He did not hold my interest for long and soon after that he left.
I have given the new house my stamp of approval, though!
We will probably move in there in August sometime. Liz said there is a lot of work that needs to be done first!
Last week, Liz and Kristin decided to get together to design some pillows. They said they are going to start a little business doing this. So, as is my duty, I accompanied them into the craft room, and sat between them on the floor.
For some reason they seemed to think I was in the way, so I retired to this chair to supervise:
But conditions soon deteriorated:
They swore it helped them to envision the final outcome, but somehow I don’t think so…