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A Perfect Chiots Weekend

September 3rd, 2008

Lucy had a great labor day weekend, she got to do all the things she loves to do. Lucy LOVES car rides, she loves to stick her head out the window and smell the world (I can only drive about 45mph because that’s her limit). She got to take 3 car rides this weekend. Saturday morning she went with me to the farmer’s market.

Funny enough, she doesn’t like to have her photo taken, so this is what happened when she caught me.

Lucy is also a HUGE fan of watermelon. So whenever we eat it she waits patiently for the rind (her favorite is the bowl end).

She’ll eat right down to the rind, and if she thinks you didn’t give her a big enough piece she’ll eat the rind.

Lucy also has a little Jack Russell friend named Ollie. She loves to go to his house to visit and run around his yard with him. They have a grand time together. Since we spent time on Saturday and Sunday with Ollie’s parents, Lucy got to spend 2 afternoons with her buddy.

3 car rides + 2 watermelon rinds + 2 afternoons with Ollie = Lucy’s perfect weekend

What did your dog do this weekend?

One Comment to “A Perfect Chiots Weekend”
  1. Joe on September 3, 2008 at 9:52 am

    I like the third picture!

    :)

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