Saturday, June 10, 2006

Just Another D-a-a-a-y

I start pretty much every day in the park behind my house... collecting foxtails on my paws, peeing on as much as I can, and finding new ways to creatively "ignore" mom and dad.

We spend a lot of afternoons at Corner Bakery - mostly just me and mom - getting a sandwich and being admired (well, SHE gets the sandwich and I get admired).

Then we hop in the car and I ride shotgun, catching some breeze in my 'stache, directing traffic, and of course, being admired.

Then some more time in the park for further human training... that's the basics.



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1 comment:

Dogex99 said...

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