Bunny here at the keyboard sharing our weekend adventure with you.
Dad and Küster had a training day on Saturday and Mom had plans with Aunt J, so that left us with Sunday for our weekend adventure day. It was a little bittersweet since its Mom’s last day of break, but we were determined to have some fun together. It turned out to be a busy day.
First, I got up early and went to training with Mom, Dad and Küs.
Mom and Dad got lost and Buzz went out to find them. He did a pretty good job. I was a little concerned about Mom, though, because she got lost three times. It’s a good thing Küster knows what she smells like in case Buzz wasn’t up to the job. I may have to put a bell on her if this keeps up.
After that, the Black Tornado did a trail. He was a pup on a mission. I have to say, I admire his work ethic. It didn’t take him long to get the job done.
When that was done, I graciously posed for Mom for some photos that I believe will be this week’s Wordless Wednesday pictures. I have a work ethic, too, just so everybody knows. I posed and looked regal all without the comfort of my tummy warmer. As you will see later in the week, I wasn’t completely unprotected. Still, I had to resist the temptations of other dogs walking about, and remember to stay in my place and give different expressions. It’s not as easy as it looks.
After that, we went to get some lunch for the humans and then we went home to get Flattery and Morgan.
Our plan was to go to the abandoned dog park. However, just as we got there, several other people showed up. Since Dad doesn’t trust Morgan around other dogs, we decided to leave and go take some fall pictures. We went and found a rather picturesque spot and each took our turns in front of the camera.
I will just say that some puppies in our house are in need of polishing their modeling skills before our Christmas card photo shoot that will be here soon. I’m not mentioning any names, but we’ll see if the Christmas card picture ends up telling the story. In the end, though, I think everybody had some good pictures from our modeling session. I have a feeling there will be an entertaining post about our Christmas card picture in the near future. For those wondering about why we’re thinking about that already, we take our picture and send our order in the beginning of November so that we have our cards back in time to mail them out to the people we want to send greetings to. The photo shoot has always been a big production, and I fear that this year with two puppies involved that it might be extra difficult, but we will prevail.
And finally, I’d like to add that my friend Pip passed away over the weekend.
For such a small guy, he certainly leaves a big hole behind in the world. I feel very lucky that I got to meet him in person and I hope that he’s enjoying all the cheeseburgers in Heaven that a guy could want. We will always remember him, his wise words of affirmation, the Great Race we had and his incredible Bucket List tour. His family is in our hearts right now. It reminds us to make the most of the time we have with our humans. You never know how much time you’ll have together, but make the most of every day, just in case it’s your last.