Friday, August 15, 2008

I'm still alive ...


Hi dogfriends ... I am still alive. My mother has not been willing to help me blog lately... she says she has been busy .. whatever that means. I do not know what she has been busy doing because she is hardly ever home. I did see some strange blue pictures on her camera and I heard her say she is taking a photography class. This place below looks like a place I would like to go for a walk and snif things. I could walk on this path and snif all the smells.





I have started walking at night with Mom. We walk and she brings treats and I get a treat when I walk fast and don't dilly dally and snif every single leaf or flower along the way. Mom says the exercise is good for us and she does let me snif some.

I have been itching a LOT lately and so Miss Cindy tried me on some medicine that rhymes with 'fred ne zone' and it instantly made the itching go away. Because of this, Miss Cindy says I am allergic to something and I get to get cheese medicine all summer! Rock on! Mom likes it that I am not as itchy because it means she can sleep at night. Like I loved scratching all night, ugh!

Mom also made another blog for her neighborhood and it has messed up my blog alot and so she has not wanted to post with all of the neighborhood information on my blog. It as taken her a while to get it straightened out and she is not sure it is straight even yet.

So, I am still alive.

2 comments:

MONA AND THE MOMMY! said...

Thanks goodness you are ALIVE!! I was getting worried. Things are good in Texas now but we had a terrible July. We are going travelig again for 4 days to see Roxie, Sammy and Andy in the country.

I have missed ya soooooo much. Please don't stay away so long again.

Love ya lots Mona & the Mommy too!!

Hana said...

Wow, you sure have your Mom trained to give you snacks when you go for walks and also cheese snacks, too! Way to go Copper and glad to see you blogging again. Oh, and hey, at least you don't have to wear a sweater for that itching... which probably didn't work to begin with.