Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Here's the latest

Well my house is still up for sale, we have had a few lookers, but every time people come, we leave so I can't really check them out. I had a great time in Seattle. We were there two weeks, and I really missed my dad. My mom took me to a local dog park, it was fenced so I could be off my leash and run around. There were toys there, and I could smell all of the other dogs, but I think they were hiding, because I didn't see them. I wanted my mom to take me back in the night when there would be other dogs there, but it never worked out. I have pictures that I will post later, and even though there were no dogs there, my mom had to take pictures of me smelling everything. I liked to play with my cousins, my aunts and uncle and my grandparents. We lived at my grandpas and grandma's house while we were there. I had a lot of fun getting in my grandma's sewing room, I liked some of the remnants so much that grandma gave me a fleece piece. I have pictures of that too! Well, I will get some pictures some time this week, it all depends on how much time mom spends at the computer....I think she should learn to share better!

5 comments:

Charlie The Big Dog said...

Sounds like a fun trip! I would love to go on a holiday but stupid Opy Frews up in the car. So we have to go to the stupid boarding kennels. Cant wait to see those pics!

Zach said...

You got to play in the sewing room! Awesome, dude! I used to be allowed in Mom's sewing room but not anymore. I think it had something to do with my nickname 'the ribbon eating puppy'. Take care of that fleece piece!

hana said...

Hi Ender, why does your mommy make you leave the house when your visitors come to see you?

Ender said...

We usually go for a walk when people come over, that way they can look at the house without me barking, and jumping all over then (I still am a jumper) And if they had allergies they wont have to suffer.

hana said...

But Ender, they are coming to see YOU! The house is not selling because you're not there to greet them and to tell them the neat things about your house, like the air conditioner vent that one can sit on, the funny (new) smells in the carpet, the best place to sit on the floor, or which windows have the best vantage point. Of course, I see your mom's point -- if they saw how cute you were, they'd ask for you to be included with the house!