But do you wanna know what the best thing about Blackie Spit is? Do you?
Oh ocean! How I have missed you so! Moving out to the sticks meant leaving the ocean far behind, and I thought we’d never see it again.
There was much rejoicing.
Although some members of the family were less than impressed with this large body of water, because some members of the family don’t “do” water.
Mr. Woo tried to show him how it was done.
But Dex wasn’t falling for it.
Americans have Thanksgiving; I have Wootie Fetched A Ball Day.
Mr. Woo was exceptionally pleased with Blackie Spit because in no time at all he figured out that if he wanted to, he could just … leave (reoccurring theme with him, or what?)
What a little porker. Oops, I mean, what a little STINKER.
Nooooo, I definitely mean what a little PORKER.
I don’t understand how Wootie gets so fat! I feed him next to nothing – seriously, he eats less than a 1/3rd of what my other (skinny) dogs eat, and his morning meal looks so pathetic I add beans, canned pumpkin and warm water to it so that it appears more like a meal and less like a POW ration system.
… which is Wootie with his face in a hole. And I am not exaggerating – he can spend HOURS with his face in a hole. Turns out what he’s doing is sucking on dirt clumps. Is it because he’s hungry? He’s hungry because I don’t feed him enough, but I don’t feed him enough because all he does is lie around eating dirt!!! He’s like the chicken-and-egg riddle!!!!
Oh well. I guess the Mystery of Wootie Fat will never be solved.
Okay, Tweed, let’s brag on you for a second.
Although I had to scratch Piper from the trial last weekend, I did run His Silliness, Mr. T. And he went 3 for 3 – 3 Qs, two 1st places and one 2nd place. That’s my boy!!!
I will leave you with this one thought, dear readers … if you want to see something very, very amusing, give your dog a salt and vinegar potato chip. A big one. In fact, photodocument it if you can. The face-making is HILARIOUS!