That was not a commentary on the American Presidency! LOL!
We all wore our orange Equafleeces yesterday – the grounds were still very muddy – look at our paws – black!
When Mummy walks the three of us together, she prefers to take us to Westfield Park where there’s an enclosed section. This way George can’t run away! And Mummy can sit and be more relaxed without constantly on the alert on which way George is going to run,Instead she sits and watch us run from one end of the enclosureTo the other end – not so far away
And back again
After a few back and forth, we stood and looked at her.
Now what? What do we do now? We’ve been running back and forth a few times – no squirrels, no undergrowth to run into.Can you throw the ball again?What? It’s too dirty for you to handle?
Finally, after we’ve sat and stared at Mummy And with mud-crusted paws and a ticket for the K9 bus at noon, she finally got up from the bench and let us out of the enclosure. All along the way home, the sight of us three orange onesies put a lot of smiles on people’s faces. But this road sweeper, called Joseph, gave us the thumbs up!
Mummy asked if we could have a photo taken with him. He was too happy to oblige.He then ran after us and asked us to take a photo with his phone as he took off his skull-cap! LOL!
And we added it to our Instagram (MissDarcyandMe) posting!Note the matching “shoes” – LOL!
May’s comment: Ever helpful to put them in those Equafleeces. I didn’t like them at first – always think they look like they’ve walked out in their PJs. But I have learnt to appreciate them for keeping them clean and dry. I have also learnt after many suits later – DO NOT get them fitted. They can be a bit loose so they don’t rub the hair as they move.
The one other thing I have come to appreciate about those onesies – especially when you walk them along the street – whether they are multi-coloured or in blazing orange, they always manage to put a smile on people’s faces. And that makes them even better!