So Much to Blog About!
Winston and Sela are a couple of really nice Pugs, and good looking too! At first, Sela thought she was the lead dog, but I taught her otherwise. Winston knew from the start that I was in charge, so I didn't have any problems with him. I even made out with his Woman and he didn't say a word. See ...
Heck, I stole Winston's new hedgehog toy and made his Woman scratch my butt while I chewed on it and he still didn't say a word.
He's a smart dog. He enjoyed perching on the arm of the couch. It's a good place to sit, because you're at the perfect petting level.
Sela was not so quick to conform to the law of the land, but she submitted soon enough. Isn't that right Sela?
We all got along really well. We enjoyed staring out the window together and barking at anything that moved.
We enjoyed romping and generally frolicking.
And I even shared my toys with them. Well, a little bit at least.
I only shared Hootie with Page, because I knew she wouldn't chew him up and destroy him.
On Saturday, the People abandoned us Pugs and went to Brewgrass. I'm sure nothing interesting happened there though since all the Pugs were at home.
They also went out to dinner that night. I'm sure it was not good food though since all the good food was at home with us Pugs.
Rob agrees that Pugs are the best dogs ever and they should never be left alone at home. Isn't that right Rob?
Lyn is shocked that anyone would leave their Puggies home alone. For shame!
There was talk of taking us Pugs for a walk at the arboretum on Sunday, but it never happened. Stupid People. Instead, they went hiking and to the Farmer's Market.
The guests and the People left early Monday morning. The guests went back home to Florida and the People went to Mexico. I miss Winston and Sela and wish they lived closer to me!! The People say we might visit them sometime in the future in Florida. Doesn't that sound exciting? I think we should leave right now!