Mar 9, 2009

Weekend fun

This is Dash...

... and this is Nola (sorry if it changes your image of her...) partaking in typical afternoon activity.

Poor Dash, he didn't have a chance. He was smart to stay under the table. Later, he did come out to play but it was brief and not without inhibition. Poor little guy.

We baby sat Dash this weekend while his 'dad' was at a taekwondo tournament in DC.

After Dash went home, we went outside for some REAL fun!

Here's my Olympic high jumper at her best!

Later, I let her do the 'swamp monkey' routine in the pond.

(This was actually last year... but it's what she does.)


Kitten said...

That is one smart puppy!

Kimberly said...

how precious! thanks for making me smile!

ps: how is the water drinking going? it is hard to resist the coffee but I am trying to stay strong for Africa!

Abbie H. said...

That's hilarious! Surprised she she doesn't get dizzy!

Emily said...

I <3 her!!

Domestic Goddess said...

I LOVE the video of Nola running around the table, it totally makes me feel more sane thinking that it is cute when our dogs do it. :) The swamp monkey video is so funny, she is a brave little thing. I hear a bath calling after watching that video though! Cali is afraid of the water, or at least she was last summer so hopefully this summer Minne will like the water and it will encourage Cali to get in!

GinSpaghetti said...

Ha! I heart her too! :) But I'm a little biased!

Water drinking is going ok, I had a sip of coke today, ahhh!!! D and I decided we needed fries from Chick-Fil-A. But otherwise, good! So, is that really good then?!

Jess, I *love* watching her zoom around the house! She cracks me up! And re: swamp monkey... she is only allowed to do that on bath days! It's so gross out there sometimes! And the other times, I'm always worried the turtles will bite her toes! lol

~K~ said...

Dash is adorable. I can see why Jason fell in love with him.

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