Thursday, April 30, 2009

Happy Birthday!

Today is my first birthday. It's been a great year! Happy birthday to Harlow, Skoda, and Henna!

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Helicopter = Hot Dogs!

So Dad got called into work on Easter and spent the day flying in the helicopter. That meant it was me and Mom going to Aunt Linda's house to see the rest of the family. Well, since the hospital is only a few miles up the road from Aunt Linda's house, Dad thought it would be funny to have Mr. Jones, the pilot circle over the house a few times to shake things up after one of their medevac flights . When everyone heard the helicopter and went to the front porch, I ran to the kitchen! I was able to eat about 15 pigs in a blanket before anyone realized I was gone! My belly was really full and distended! I took a nice nap and enjoyed the rest of the day. I look forward to the next holiday and trying to get my paws on more of those vizsla sized hot dogs!

Monday, April 6, 2009

More Awards and an Update

So here is a quick update about what's been going on. While I was with Ms. Debbie in Maryland, Mom and Dad went to Kentucky and found me a new home! It's really BIG and I can't wait to run all over and leave my mark. The backyard is on the 16th fairway of a golf course and Mom and dad said that before we move they are having a nice fence installed so I don't steal all of the golf balls! 
After that trip Dad and Grandma Elaine took a trip to Ireland for a week. Dad said I couldn't go and that I had to take care of Mom. That week was so much fun spending time with Mom, but I sure did miss Dad. 
Tonight was my pre-novice obedience test. Mom has been working me very hard over the last few days to make sure that I am focused and ready. Well the good news is that I passed and received my ribbon and certificate! The good news for Ms. Debbie is that I lost points because I don't sit when I am supposed to! All my classmates passed and we each got a new toy! Even Grandpa Mike, Aunt Linda and Mr. Chuck came tonight to watch me. I really want to thank them for coming.