Heehee. I bet that'll bring some weirdos via Google. Hi weirdos! Now go away, weirdos. Thank you.
First, for those of you who have been asking: No, Our Roof is Not Done Yet. If Mango is right, and the roofers are just tired and have taken a nap, these guys will be the best rested people on the face of the planet. Anyhoo, it is a little unclear as to the cause of the delay. But, it's not supposed to rain any time soon, so Mom isn't getting too irate. Yet. But, our roof is still nekkid.
As you might be able to tell from that picture, it is sunny and the weather is wonderful right now; cool at night and warm during the day. Perfect. And fall has come to the Wasatch. But I'll get to some pictures of that in a minute. And while we are all happy that the weather is still nice and warm, Abby and I have gotten a little, ah, woolly.
Here we are, all woolly-like.
And perhaps just a wee bit dusty because certain girls seem to like rolling in the dirt...
Isn't this TOTALLY the face of a puppy who needs a haircut?
And frankly, we've both been getting hot on our walkies.
(Yes, our walkies always include some sort of tennis ball-related activity...)
So, Mom decided that it was time to go to the spa. She called them today, and they were able to get us in this afternoon. So, we went from this:
Heehee! Lookit us! We're all nekkid!!!!
And much cooler and sleeker, too.
When we were at the doggie spa, we saw our old friend Basil the standard poodle and resident shop dog. Basil is in a 'poofy phase'. We still think he's handsome. (Although not quite as dashing as our buddy Clive - who is handsome even after a rough weekend of partying! *grin* Seriously. Go check out those pictures of Clive. He is a most patient guy!)
Basil the shop dog. And yes, Granny, his name is pronounced just like the guy who lived next door to you in Jeddah and threw wild parties with stewardesses (back before they were called "flight attendants") until all hours of the morning.
Yeah. Um. So. Moving on.
Fall has really come to Utah, and Mom and Dad went for a drive on Sunday. And left us at home... Something about winding roads and something. Whatever. Abby and I were able to catch up on our beauty sleep, so we'd be 100% recharged to harass Mom and Dad when they got back home... Here's a few pictures from their drive without us. I'm sure they missed us terribly the entire time they were gone!
I'll leave you with a few action photos of our woollier selves.
Yes, my sister is actually carrying a rock. Don't ask me why. Maybe it fell out of her head! Heehee.
-Fiona and Abby the Hippobottomus