Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Nala is looking for the keys. She says that they usually hide them under the carpet. Maybe they don't hide them there anymore, after that incident last summer. Nala is almost old enough to drive in either people years or dog years, so you would think it would not have been the big problem they made it to be. We did not drive far, just down the drive way. Yes, that is me behind the wheel. Bella is in the back seat telling me how to drive. Below is how they make us ride. Apparently I have to take Drivers Ed or something....
Our cousins have it made this year. If you will remember, Piper came over swimming and she would not get out of the pool. She would swim out to the center of the pool and stay there if anyone even looked like they were going to take her home. Her teeth would be chattering, she would be sending out little waves from shivering, but she would not get out. Molly liked swimming a lot as well. We called them the Swim Sisters.
Did Piper get a wonderful present or what? Her family built a waterfall and pond for Piper, Molly and Emma to play in. No fence around it, so they can stay wet 24 hours a day. It is deep enough and big enough to swim in. They have a dog door, so they can go swimming while waiting for the family to arrive home. Emma is unimpressed, she wanted a thicker dog bed, but Molly and Piper are going to have a wonderful summer. Can wood floors shrink from too much water on them? Do Golden Retrievers get mold on them from too much water? If a Golden Retriever comes in the living room wet and dripping, and no one is home to scold her, is she still wet?
Mogley G. Retriever