May 22, 2009
I never know what I’m going to find when I dump pictures from my camera onto my computer. I don’t ever expect to see anything inappropriate, though! Imagine my surprise when I found this:
Ruby: What?! My boyfriend on MyCorgi wanted to see my picture! Geez, mom! It’s not like I’m naked or anything!! You’re such an old lady!
May 21, 2009
Ruby: Mom, could you please tell everyone to stop calling me Weasel Dog? I know I’m a bit disproportionate right now, but I’ll grow through it!
Herbie: Don’t even think about calling me Sushi Roll again!
May 15, 2009
Herbie: Oh, mom! NO! Not the baby album! It’s so embarrassing!
Oh, man! Have I always had that look on my face? Well, at least you know I’m happy.
I’ve always been a bit of a schmoozer, haven’t I? Helllllooooo, ladies!
Oh, geeeeeez, mom! Not that picture! I know I didn’t quite get the hang of the crate idea, but you wanted me to sleep in the cat’s crate! Ewwwww!
Okay, now that’s just plain embarrassing.
I love my boy Henry.
Being a puppy was exhausting! I remember. Heh. I really was am kinda cute.
May 2, 2009
Herbie: I’m so glad the weather is nicer and we can get out and walk for a few miles each day. I love seeing all my friends again. Ruby’s getting to be a really good heeler, too, so I can find my stride and enjoy.
I’m still not sure about that doggie water fountain thing. I’ll have to work on that.
Ruby: I think I figured out what they want me to do when we go out. I’m a big girl now! So this morning we were walking down the street when we saw another corgi headed our way. He looked kinda familiar . . .
It was my brother, Mr. Tumnus! He doesn’t even live here anymore, but was visiting his grand-family. He was very excited to see us, and it was tough for my mom to get a picture of us together.
Of course, he wasn’t called Mr. Tumnus when we were little. And I’m sure that since I was the runt, he probably picked on me a lot back then.
He’s really cute, though. And I like his ruff markings a lot! Hope to see you again next time we come through the wardrobe, Mr. Tumnus!