Good day everyone!
I have been spending the week convalescing, and I can report that I am feeling no pain!
While there has been a lot of resting and relaxing going on, there has also been a lot of playing around. I even thought I heard the phrase "like a puppy again" being thrown around this week. I'll keep you posted with my condition when I follow up with the vet next week.
In the mean time, I have a few matters to clean up, and I will take this opportunity to take care of them. (While I have access Mom's opposable thumbs)
First off, Mom and Dad took off last weekend for the day. When they came home, they smelled of other pugs and meat! I don't think I have to explain how that sat with the home team. We were none too pleased, to say the least.
When I learned where they had been, I forgave them about the other pug thing. But, I am still pissed about the meat! I guess they stopped at some burger joint on the way home, and didn't even think of us!
Mom and Dad gave a lift to a couple of pugs who were passing through on their way into rescue with GMPR. If you follow that link you can read more about the bonded pair. A boy and a girl, Fred and Ginger. She is totally blind, and depends on him to be her seeing eye pug. Mom says he does a hell of a job too. Here is a picture of them in the car on their way to meet their foster family.
I sure hope they find their perfect forever home soon. Mom loved that Ginger so much, she threatened to take a detour and bring them right home to live here! She said she was most impressed with how well they rode in the car. Not a peep out of them. Pfffft. Whatever!
Listen, I'm all about pugs, love 'em. I think all pugs should be treated like royalty. But all positions are filled here in my Queendom!
So, if you know of any great people who would be willing to give these two their forever home, hook 'em up with GMPR.
In other news, Sunflower news to be exact. there are a few things I need to talk about.
First, being the announcement of a new sister! If you haven't already, meet Lola.
Lola's blog A Pug's Tale by Lola is about her life in Alabama with her Mom and her boy. She also has a chihuahua brother Tucker who is a big pain. So, we have another southern belle in the club. go on over and welcome her to the funnest group of girls (mostly) around!
This brings us to my next order of business. The Sunflower Page.
You see, there was a period of time where it just disappeared. Then, Mom could see it again in the design section. When she went to add Lola to our roster, and reactivate the page, our roster was gone!
Damn you Blogger!
While we pretty much know who is in the club, Mom asked if you all wouldn't mind just leaving a comment reminding her. She plans on rewriting the list and doesn't want to miss anyone.
OK, One last thing. We have been talking about having another Spooky Sunflower Halloween Party. We figured we would have it after the actual holiday, like on the weekend of November 5th. This way, everyone will have been photographed in their costumes, and can send them to us, to be messed with for the party. What do you think? We'll keep it tentative for now, and will make an official announcement once we get your feedback.