Wednesday, April 11, 2007


We had a light dusting of snow yesterday and I was anxious to see how Josie would respond to it.Oh how I would loved to have had a video camera at the time.She went outside and just was not sure what to think.She stood there and after a few seconds she started eating the snow and just tearing around like a wild child on a sugar high from grandma's house.She ran and ran in circles fora few minutes then decided she was cold and wanted to come into the house.
She has been great to take to the nursing home because she is so calm and just will lay on the residents laps at all times.Josie continues to try to play with my other dog Charlie only to be growled and snapped at. Charlie then will go and find a safe place to lay where Josie can not get at him.Hmmmmm wait a minute,lets think this over.Josie chases Charlie around pestering him and will not leave him alone even when it is obvious he wants to be left alone.... Yes!!!!! I guess she is a female!!!!
LOLOLOLOLOL Sorry i just had to say that to see if I could get a response. I know non of you reading this are not that way to your male companions.
Well I need to go get ready I have my orientation this morning for my new job. Sit and listen to all their policy's and so on.


Emmie said...

wat a cute puppy!!

We got a ton of snow here today- 4 to 6 inches...seriously!! Just when it was starting to get sunny and clear! And of course my friends and I chose today to wear capris, flipflos and all...we were FREEZING!!

Steffie B. said...

I'm just rolling my eyes at you! ;)

Beckyb said...

You are NOT funny, Mr. Brian -

But do hope training goes well - you smarty pants - I guess you can teach an old dog new tricks!!!!! Just kidding!!! Had to say it!!!

libgran said...

Brian, Wish I had been peeking out the window when the dog was enjoying herself. Just goes to show she doesn't know any better! Buster tip toes out, stays for two seconds then tears back in as fast as his legs will go. These nicer days he likes to dilly dally.

Enjoy the new challenges at work!

Anonymous said...

Josie is such an adorable little ball of fluff! I bet it was priceless watching her bounce around in the snow!

Congratulations on your new job! Your new schedule sounds terrific!