We, again, have been almost too busy to keep up with our blog. Our mother is just insane and is not letting us use the computer. So, in an effort to keep us happy, she purchased a Mac AirPort (not one for planes) where we all could have an internet connection. But, alas, she is not bright enough to configure it properly! So, I will have to wait for her to pass out from sheer frustration and do it for her later! Poor mother, she is not the brightest bulb in the pack.
First, we would like to thank everyone who voted in our poll regarding Avery.
It was a landslide to add Avery to our pack, but... mother said now is not the time. BOOOOOO BOOOOO, I say. I mean, seriously, what IS one more dog!
Over the weekend, Mother went to Metamora to work at the annual Canal Days Festival. I was allowed to go on Sunday. Zorra went on Saturday, and she will write about her day in a subsequent post.
First, Mother and I went to go pick up a mystery passenger for our van ride. Mother would not tell me who it was until our passenger arrive. It was Rebecca!! Oh, I was so delighted. Rebecca introduced me to my Mother. Rebecca knew me as a small pup with my first Mother, (or my real mother as I refer to her). But, I was too energetic for my real mother, and I came to live where I am now. But, I still get to visit with my first mother and Rebecca now and again. I cannot even say HOW excited I was when I realized that we were spending the entire day together.
During Canal Days, my mother sits outside the store and sells items, since it is a festival. Rebecca came with us on Sunday because Auntie had to make a trip and couldn't help.
I sat outside for a while and greeted everyone. And, the best part was Mother gave me part of her breakfast. Then, I ate a big treat, and then... I ate something else. Well, all of the sudden, I didn't feel so well. Mother took me inside to sit with Grandmother and help her out. Then... everything started to spin and... well... what goes down sometimes comes up as they say. But, after, I felt much better. I stayed inside and helped Grandmother for the rest of the day, since I was still feeling a bit woooozy. I don't let a little upset tummy stop me from doing my shop duties, although I was a bit miffed when Grandmother and Grandfather did not give me a bite of their corndogs.
All in all, I had a glorious day meeting up with old friends and meeting all these new ones.