Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Little Cottontails

There is joy in each morning! Not only do I get to wake Mom, Sparky and Greta, I have new friends that like to play chase. They are the two rabbits that live in the briar patch on the edge of the great forest next to my house.

Every morning the two of my cottontail friends are waiting on the grassy median for our daily romp. I am always IT in our game. We play rain or shine, foggy or clear. Maybe you can see my buddy in this picture.

If only I could catch them...

Monday, June 18, 2007

Nurse Minute Here

WOW!!! My mom had something done to her mouth the other day. She came in from the doctor and slept for 18 hours. I stayed by her side, taking breaks only for food and potty. Sparky helped me guard her room. We growled and barked if anyone came near the door. Mom was not to be bothered!!! She woke up for a few hours and we hung out.

That night she went back to bed but didn't stay there long. She spent a lot of time in the bathroom throwing up. She must've been very sick. I found her sleeping on the floor so I kissed her and licked her face to wake her up. She told me what a good dog I am. Then she called my human brother who came and took her to the hospital. Mom is back home and OK. She tells me I am her HERO for waking her up when she "passed out."

Maybe she should try eating grass. It works for me, Greta and Sparky.

Profile in courage.

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Life In the BIG City

Oh, what is a princess to do!!!! We have new humans in our house and Mom has been out of town. It is summer and I should be relaxing on a Florida or Hawaiian beach. But I am here enjoying my friends. Sue is such fun. She was over here the other day sleeping in a fancy chair (that I am not allowed to chew on). I was in my princess seat (the stool) beside her. She slid out of the chair, hit my seat, and sent me flying across the room! I don't think she woke up.

Bethel and Tiffy are staying in my house. They are fun and funny. Tiffy plays with me a lot. She says she likes cats best. I am not sure what that means.

My motto: Play more, worry less.