Here they are… at the end of their walk this morning. Riley looks a little pissed off, with her ears back and all. Weston looks a little bow legged. But they were both happy and tired. That’s what you want for your dogs. You want them to be happy and tired after a good walk.
The pups have had it rough the last couple of weeks… getting left alone at the house quite a bit as we head out to get stuff for the rental or go over to work on the rental. That activity has pretty much consumed our lives for the last month or so. Tearing things out and down so we can start building it back up again. I think, maybe, we’re at the building it back up again stage. Thank God we have Kev to help in the whole process. It would both be a real pain in the butt and also cost us a lot more money to have someone else do the jobs he’s been doing over there for us. So, thanks Kev! You rock.
The theme for this week’s photo hunt is lazy. I searched through my shots for the summer and found this one. What a great lazy way to spend a Sunday morning. Reading the paper and then taking a nap. Weston skipped the paper reading and went straight to the nap.
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Here they are… playing and chewing on bully stix. Or, to be more precise, Weston was chewing on a bully stick yesterday and Riley was dragging around a big bone we’d given to Weston but she’d commandeered. Very cute. They are playing so well together now. We are so proud of Weston. He’s been so gentle and sweet with her, after that first week of course when we thought he might “accidentally” kill her. Since then though… really great. I think he’s even starting to like her, and I know she’s loving him. She always wants to be with him and near him. Like I said… cute.
Well, we’ve added a new little member to our family. Her name is Riley. She’s 2.3 pounds and a total bundle of joy. Weston isn’t totally sure about her yet, nor is she sure about him, but they are getting acquainted and will soon, I’m sure, become fast friends. Until then we’re doing a lot of supervised visitation. She’s so cute…