Darcy gets to go with the dog walker most days and I get to spend a lot of the summer days with Mummy. I guess I am grateful for our bonding time. Might be because of the House of Mutt report which said – I needed to know I belong.
Actually I am quite torn – to go with Darcy for a walk or spending time with Mummy. To be honest, it’s not a dog’s day when I run around doing human things.
Instead in the mornings we walk Little Tyke to Summer Camp.After leaving him, we had a moment in the park next to St. Luke’s Church – but it’s not a park that we can run freely so I sat with Mummy and looked at the tempting pigeons that I could be chasing. We walked over to the NatWest bank on King’s Road – they welcome dogs. They even have bowls of water and treats for us.Some replenishment for Mummy at Juice Baby …
And we run into Millie who is another regular.We love playing together and I even got a kiss from her.Then some shopping …which is yawningly boring.
And even more shopping … Humans have a lot of things to do which does not interest us but we’re just happy to tag along because we want to be with Mummy.Mummy even took me to Little Tyke’s performance at the end of Summer Camp week. I sat and watched them sing and dance.Well, it was an eventful day and spending time with Mummy is ok, but what I would like most is going to the park with Mummy, Darcy and Jaffa! That’s the best.At day’s end I am exhausted – and I must add, I am feeling ok now.
May’s comment: Busy summer days. Running Sasha off to camp, new project taking place, and hot, hot weather means trying to juggle everything without breaking into a sweat. Not happening.
Can’t believe it was a week ago when I was in hot and humid Charleston – meeting up with old classmates.
George is ok – no vet visits required. All systems go – good appetite, solid poos, no getting sick and back to his alert self.