Someone asked if I got to do zoomies in the snow. As you can see, I sorta got to do them. Unfortunately, the tall guy was on the other end of my string and he wasn't too happy when I started pulling him down the hill. Which may explain why the video ends so quickly. And why you don't get to hear him yelling at me to stop running so he can stand up. And why you don't see how wet his pants got when he fell on his behind.
It was great, but there were too many peoples there.
The tall guy said we would go back next week
after everyone has gone home.
I hope the snow is still there when we go back.
Won't you join me in a delicious snow meal?
Ewwww, tastes like feet!
(And a special note: The dog pillow was a Christmas present to the tall guy from one of his very bestest friends. She said she got it at Stein Mart and that there were lots of other dogs to choose from, but she choosed the best looking one.)
Fortunately, the tall guy let me open one of my presents from Max before Christmas morning. He said that 2 days before Christmas should be designated as "You are driving me crazy!" Day because I kept trying to open all the presents under the tree (but only the ones with my name on them!) Max sent me a bunch of stuff but I haven't gotten to open the rest of it yet.
As you can see, I had a really good time opening my present, especially when I found that there was even cardboard along with the present!! I really like cardboard.
We did not get to go to the snow yet, because the road is still closed, but we went somewhere that I had never even known there was in existence!! We went to a place that had a bunch of FOOD TRUCKS! Did you know about food trucks? It's like a place where you can get food, but they are in a truck and they might even come to your house and give you some delicious foods if you ask them.
The tall guy got some Korean tacos, a Cuban sandwich and a pumpkin whoopie pie. I got a carrot.
He needs to keep that in mind when Christmas rolls around!
PS. Yes, that is an actual picture of the TG. He has a blurry face in real life too! :)
It has been raining for 3 days now. The tall guy says that he loves it, but then again, he doesn't have to go outside when he needs to GO. And, we can't really walk in the rain because someone doesn't like getting wet, although he gets in the shower every morning. Sometimes I just can't understand him.
On the other hand, there is a lot of snow up on the mountains. I asked the tall guy if we could go, but the said the roads were closed. Maybe we could walk up to where the snow is! The tall guy said we would go next week when they let cars go up. YEAH!!!
It's even more fun when the ball has a hole in it, because after you get tired of playing soccer, you can play 'tug-of-war' with the ball. Although I guess it would be called 'tug-the-ball-with-the-hole-in-it'. The tall guy said he got this ball at the Target and it's the only soccer ball that he found that I have not yet destroyed. Well, except for the hole, but I'm not even sure that I did that.
We went on the hiking again down in the mountains, which is not to be confused with up in the mountains, as they are two different sets of mountains. Unfortunately, someone whose name shall remain TG, decided that we were on the wrong trail, so by the time he realized we weren't going on the trail he wanted to be on, we had almost worn out our hiking muscles. So, we turned around and went up the right trail, but we didn't go as far as I would have liked. But we did hike about 920 miles, according to the same guy who shall remain named TG. Actually, I measured it and it was only about 2.5 miles, but since his legs are longer than mine, maybe it just seemed like 920 miles to him.
Since the video yesterday was acting up, I asked the tall guy to put up some pictures of our trip up the mountain from Monday.
As you can see, it was very cloudy all the way up to the top. There was snow up there last week, but someone must have borrowed it (maybe Remington's dad, Mike) because most of it was gone.
It got colder and colder as we went up the mountain. It was only 33 little circles by the time we got up to the almost top.
As you can see, it was precipitating. The tall guy says that is when it's not raining and it's not snowing, it's just doing something.
All I know is that I was being beat to death by the little icy things hitting me all over my head! Fortunately, I remembered to wear my fur coat, so I wasn't cold.
It was a very nice trip. I even got to eat on some stick for about 2 seconds until the tall guy made me drop it!
We even got to stop at McDonald's on the way back and I got my very own order of Chicken McNuggets. Well, I got ONE McNuggets, but the tall guy bought me my own order, but he wouldn't let me eat all of them. I think there is a thief in the car because after I ate my one McNuggets, I looked and the rest of them were gone! So be on the look-out for McNugget thieves in your area!!
I asked the tall guy if he needed any help cooking for Thanksgiving and he said no, that we had a whole kitchen full of people cooking for us. I sure hope that he told the people at the restaurant what I like to eat! Although on second thought, there's not much that I've found that I don't like to eat, so I guess it will all be good.
So until next time, the tall guy and I hope you have a very merry Thanksgiving.
Evidently some puppies don't understand how to play soccers,
because they keep trying to jump on your head when you're trying
to get the ball!
PS. That is not the tall guy.
That is the soccer guy.
The tall guy is the one taking the pictures.
PPS. The tall guy said to tell you that if you're going to take movies with your iPhone to put on your blog, remember to turn your phone sideways. He said he wished someone had reminded him to do that!
I chose to come outside and didn't come out just because someone told me to. Something about how he would like to go to the bathroom just ONCE by himself without me sticking my nose in to see what he's doing.
I don't see what the big deal is. How do I know he's not going in there to watch something good on the teevees?
There are some rules one should follow if one wishes to get the best night's sleep. We will start with a few of the basics.
1. Take up as much of the bed as possible. Why should you be uncomfortable just so someone else can sleep where you want to be?
2. Make sure you're on the side of the bed that is where your peoples sleep. That way they will understand that it's your bed too.
3. At least one part of your body needs to be hanging off the bed. That way your peoples will feel sorry for you and get a bigger bed, even if they already have a California King. 4. Make sure you shed a lot of hair. That way they will have to put down extra stuff for you to sleep on so that your hair will not get all over the bed. Remember, the more stuff you can sleep on, the softer the bed will be! So what if it doesn't match the rest of the bed. Who do they think you are? Martha Stewart?
And there you have just a few of the Rules for Sleeping that we follow in our household. Tune in next time for our crash course in Advanced Napping! Until then, sweet dreams!
Because you won't be able to get it off and then the tall guy will have to come and try to get it off and then it will get stuck to his hand and he won't be able to get it off either and then you'll have to go home from the park so he can wash the spider web off of his hand!