February 24th, 2010

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  • eicnan

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I have decided that I want to trade places with my dog. He sleeps in bed under the covers nuzzled between my husband and I. I usually work from home so he spends his days in a little dog bed in front of a space heater with the heat setting to his liking not mine. He goes for a walk every day and has a large backyard with lots of squirrels and doggie door access to go in and out as he pleases. He goes to the dog park once a week to play with his friends. If I go in to the office he is dropped off at doggie daycare to play with his friends. His best friend is the cat so even if I'm not home he's never alone. When my husband and I go out of town he stays with grandma and grandpa who live on a farm so he can chase chickens all day then sleep in bed with them. On Sundays we have pancakes and I always cook him a little one with the leftover batter and cut it up then drizzle home made syrup on it for him. He has stashes of toys all over the house and I've given up trying to keep them all in his toy basket. The entire house pretty much revolves around Banjo.

Yeah...I totally envy his life and would rather be him for a day.


I've been meaning to post this for a long while now, but things have just been keeping me super busy. I'm sure you are all somewhat aware of the fact that I am the owner of Tuffy - a 14 year old and 4 month+, 30 lb Boston Terrier. I also adopted my foster Turbo. My mother has Charles and Rory (red Bostons) and my sister posts here about her two babies, Molly Belle and Bob (also red Bostons).

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beware of dog

here's to you, lainie robinson!

My baby is six years old now! It's hard to believe. In my mind, she still looks like this:

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I miss her being tiny and everything, but I'm so glad I can no longer lose her under the couch! These past six years have been tough, but Lainie's made them so much better for me!
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