Sunday, November 25, 2007
Thanksgiving, Part 1
Greetings from Virginia! I got to spend Thanksgiving weekend with my puppy transport team and lots of relatives and doggies at the house where I first met my mommy and daddy. I miss Tyler and Emily though!
On Wednesday we had a long day and I rode in the car for 4 hours. We got to the Andersons' and I was CRRRAZY! My mommy doesn't have any pictures because it was midnight and she was dog-tired from driving the whole way. I ran around with Buddy and Benji, the shi-tzu-poo boys. When I first met them I was around the same size. They chased me and barked at me a lot - it was really fun! Then I wouldn't settle down when everyone was trying to go to bed because I slept on the drive down and still wanted to play.
On Thanksgiving morning Mommy took me for a long walk to try to tire me out. We met a golden retriever named Lance who is 4 years old and about my size. We wrestled a lot. Lance tried to hump me! By the time it was noon it was 75 degrees out even though it looked like "fall" (whatever that is). Mommy said I needed to save my energy for the Armour kids but I still wanted to play. There were delicious smells coming from the kitchen and I went in the backyard and played with Buddy and Benji. I think Benji is THE SHI-tzu-poo! He is so cool I want to follow him around. It is Very Important that I know what he is doing AT ALL TIMES because if I bother him enough he chases me. hee hee hee.
Here you can see I finally got Buddy and Benji to chase me. Happy, happy day!!
Buddy is chasing me, it is SO much fun. Look how fast I can run!
Heeheehee, chase me!
Ok, now after you chase me I chase you, right?
Please, will you chase me?
I'm only 6 months old, and BOY does it feel good to stretch my legs!!
Buddy and Benji don't like it so much when I chase them. I think they sort of like it but they are a little scared because I make a big toothy smile.
Please, please, PLEASE chase me! I know you are a little grumpy, Benji, but really all I want to do is play with you! You can even jump on my head.
Finally, even I got a little tuckered out, and that was before the Armour kids got here.