Wednesday, June 18, 2008

There is something in my bed that smells yummy and I am going to find it.
It smells a bit like milkbone crumbs, but I hope it's even yummier.

My parents don't like me playing with my bed. In fact, my parents took my last bed away from me after I constantly mistook it as a plaything.

I just need to pull out the cushion and then I'll find the missing treats!

I know it's somewhere around here.

What if there aren't any treats? Well, something is in my bed that's for sure.

What are you looking at? I wasn't doing anything.

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Chewing Away

I've discovered my new favorite toy. I've had it since Easter and it's recently become my favorite.

I don't know why I wasn't into playing with this toy until recently.

I like to chew off the little red knobs. Sometimes I eat the red knobs other times I like to leave them on the couch or the floor for my parents to pick up.

Sometimes, I get in the zone when I'm chewing such that I have no idea what else is going on around me.

Monday, June 09, 2008

Memorial Day Weekend Part Two

Well I know I promised pictures and have yet to put them up. The photos below are from Memorial Day Weekend when I spent the afternoon outside with my Uncle J and my Mommy.

Here I am exploring the countryside and seeing how far I can test my boundaries. My boundaries are often limited by my mother who doesn't seem to recognize that outside I am a King.

Below are photos of me ruling my kingdom.

Mommy did not like it when I tried to cross the street. Not only that, she wouldn't let me go in the corn fields either. So I guess my kingdom only really extends to the cornfields and the street, but still that's like 4.5 acres which is more than what most indoor pugs get.

My Uncle J found me a stick. BTW, I am now older than him in human years despite the fact that I'm only 2.5 years-old in dog years. This stick had a lot of flaky bark which I then tried to eat. Yummy! Thanks Uncle J!

Though, Mommy did not like me eating the bark either. So when she came near me-I ran. I'm basically a cheetah, but you can't tell in this picture. You can see my rippling muscles.

OKAY! Fine! You can see my rippling skin rolls.

When I tired of running, I laid in the cool grass.

I tried hiding the fact that I still had my stick and I was eating it.

Oh hi there, Mom! I don't have anything!