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Sunday, April 21, 2013

a wild girl's night ...

(not the blond - but an oft distracted friend)
I won't say the Blond is too old to have a good time, but it is harder and harder for him to keep up with the younger set.  Therefore when a friend and her daughter were here from out of town, I took the girls (Sweetie, when she's good, and the G) to play in their yard.
(not actual water hazard, but you get the idea)

This is the very yard which is, more or less, our private dog park.  It comes with plenty of open spaces, a water hazard, decent shade, and portable seating.

For five days, it came with a little girl.  Though if you ask her, she's almost grown up.  Fourth grade is almost grown, isn't it?

Never excelling at PE as a kid, my ball throwing has been disappointing to most of my dogs.  The borrowed child has skills that far exceed my own and has energy galore.
why stand still when there's a ball to chase?




2 comments:

Anonymous said...

We're feeding Tigger any people food he wants for the first time in his life.

He thinks meatballs are great.

He also liked Cheetos.

Did I mention the steak?

Hugs.
Hunter

Lisa Dooley Fisk said...

Love that Tigger is being indulged in the finer things in life. I think the finer things are whatever we decide they are!