I'll start with the accessories we could probably do without...
Mom took Jessie (the Turkey Hot-Dog Lady) to the airport last week, and as a thank-you, Jessi gave Mom a goodie bag that included, among other things, Yoda ears. Really. As in, "When 900 years old you reach, look as good you will not." That Yoda.
|"My schnozz look big do these ears make, hmm?"|
|"Work on me your Jedi mind tricks will not."|
However, our Granny and Grandpa made some Really Cool accessories for us. Noting our
I'm only giving you a small glimpse of the variety here, as Mom wants to get some 'action' photos (i.e. walking around town) with some of the other bandanas. But check out How Seriously Cool these are!!!
|One of Mom's favorite sayings - she even has it on her "Road-Kill ID"!|
|What can I say? They look like such fun!|
|Very appropriate for Abby, as she has been known to watch mice cavort in our kibble dish and do nothing about it. (Not that I do anything about the mice either.... They may be on good terms with our moose!)|
|Abby will even tolerate Yoda ears for treats!|
|While we are very tolerant of mice, tree rats are a Totally Different issue.|
Speaking of going out in public, we ALMOST got to meet two bloggie friends of ours. If you haven't met Murphy and Stanley, you definitely need to go check out their bloggie - they are two mini Goldendoodle doods who live in Ogden and frequently cavort with the likes of Bert. Murphy and Stanley and their parents were coming to Park City for some hiking and dog park time, as well as to hit some outlet stores. Abby and I were really looking forward to meeting the little doods at the dog park, but due to unforeseen circumstances (Mom and Dad went on bike ride, during which it started raining and Dad subsequently crashed on a slick corner - Dad is a bit bruised and "left some skin on the ground", but his bike is ok), Abby and I were not able to meet Murphy and Stanley this time. However, Mom met up with the doods and their parents at the outlet stores. And we have photographic proof of Mom Cavorting With Other Doods. (Is this allowed? Should we shun her?)
|Photo courtesy of Murphy and Stanley's Mom!|
|Murphy, totally getting into our Mom's belly scratchies!|
|Stanley, patiently waiting his turn for scratchies!|
But we can't wait to actually meet Murphy and Stanley ourselves - they are such fun-loving doods!
And speaking of being fun-loving doods, we, of course, have More Frisbee Photos. Before you just blast through these, certain they are just More of The Same, you have to check out this photo of Abby, working hard to be ready for the opening of the famous ballet, Doodle Lake. Unfortunately this picture isn't in great focus, but there must be some surprises left for the opening of the ballet! Heehee!
|A Flying Hippobottomus! Go figure!|
|A very nice demonstration of a full-extension over-the-shoulder catch with a quarter twist!|
|Here I am, demonstrating how to keep your eyes on the frisbee!|
|Maybe not one of my more graceful catches, but hey, I caught it!|
|The Levitating Hippobottomus. My crazy sister clearly has springs in her legs!|
|Abby, ready to take out Tokyo. Heheheh.|
|"Gimme that leg, Abs! I KNOW it takes like bacon!"|
Since we didn't get to meet Murphy and Stanley in person, here's a picture of us so you know what we look like without Yoda ears or frisbees!
Have a great week!
-Fiona and Abby the Hippobottomus