It’s good to be one. A lot of treats are coming my way. Plus hugs. Maybe Mom won’t think I am a puppy anymore. She always excuses my bad behavior by calling me a puppy.Auntie Sandra sent me this gift from Napa Valley: a matching collar and leash from Mumm’s Champagne House. Auntie and Mom love to drink French Champagne when they are together!I expect to have more fun like this now that I am growing up. I love to steal things Mom leaves within my reach and run around the house with them in my mouth, taunting Mom. Ball point pens and those mechanical pencils Mom has are my favorites! I have set a goal of one a week and I am very successful! This deliciousness was from destroying ablue gel pen…I have my eye on her green one.I got her electric toothbrush recently. Catch that cocky look in my eyes? I’m good at this. One day I got her orange agenda from some silly place in Paris. She started crying so I felt I’d better drop it quickly. I hate that “Drop it” command. I like to watch the world go by from high places here in the backyard and in the car where I perch on the console. There are so many interesting critters on the ground, airplanes in the sky, and lots of water everywhere with those white birds.By the end of the day, I am really tired. So I snooze while Mom watches TV and eats dinner. She always shares her bully stick with me. Yummy. I’m also happy when I go to my crate to sleep beside Mom’s bed. I get a good sleep so I can start the next day’s activities fresh!He’s a gem, but I predict he’ll be a puppy for another year. I’m just grateful I survived the first year!
———-CORRECTION on April 1 Post. The lovely heart of lampwork glass that was the centerpiece of the “Nightingale’s Eye” necklace was attributed to the incorrect artist. They are buddies and share a booth at my most favorite bead show, Beadesigner, held in Watertown every October, but I want to correct it now. LORI HEIDEN-ENGLE is the fabulous artist!!!
Find out where she is selling her glass beads at http://www.heiden-engle.com