Hi everybody. My new mama said I could use this computer to tell you about my day. I have had a busy weekend - so many new smells, new faces, new routines. But I am doing very well and I do think I like my new home. Here are some photos documenting my first twenty-four hours in my new life.
My new mama took this picture of my boat coming in:
One of my new sisters, Belle, came to the dock to welcome me. Belle thinks I'm kinda yummy:
(Don't tell her, but I think she's kinda scrawny. But then Mama Jean says I look like the lion king with my thick beautiful coat! Heh heh. Roaaarrrrr!)
Belle wasn't impressed when I stopped to check out a hydrant on the way to the car. But hey, I'm a boy dog! Gotta sniff the hydrants!!!
We had a looooong drive home to this place with lots of grass and trees and friends.
First I met Sadie. She's nice:
Then I met the piggies. They are funny!!!! I haven't been right in the pen with them yet; we are getting to know each other through the fence first:
I also met the cat and the alpaca. My new mama says I am a VERY well mannered boy.
I had a hard time deciding where to sleep last night. First I tried the living room where all the other dogs seem to sleep. That's Charley on the couch, and Belle in the basket, and Sadie and me on the floor:
Then I tried one of the extra beds in the living room. Mama Jean had put my old blanket in it to help me feel at home. It was comfy:
Here's me in the early morning sun:
Then Mama Jean and I went for a drive back into the BIG CITY. I rode up the elevator to visit my new friend Becky and her mom and dad. First the humans had a lovely meal (and Becky and I each got a taste).
Becky knows Yoga! She can do the Downward Dog or some move like that. I tried to "sit" for Becky's mom, but their floors are VERY slippery and every time I sat or lay down, my back legs slipped out sideways and I couldn't get up. Mama Jean said I looked like Bambi on ice. The humans had to lift up my back end to help me get on my feet every time. That wasn't funny!
But it was worth going there because Becky's mom makes her own doggy cookies and they are yummy. And we went for a long walk around the seawall at False Creek.
Becky's mom took this picture of Becky and me - don't we look happy?
Well, that was the first day of the rest of my life. I think I'm gonna like it here. I'm a pretty lucky guy, don'tcha think?