…is that I don’t notice the rambunctious behavior of the dogs right next to me. I obliviously continue to answer work emails. I’m like a mom who can’t hear her children’s deafening shrieks as they wrestle and play in grocery stores. The mom who let’s her children run through the tables at a restaurant…you’ve experienced them. That’s me, at least in these pictures.
I like to see this because I often spend a lot of time making sure dogs are behaving well, going outside often enough, not eating the furniture, eating their food, going for walks. It’s funny to see I too can let my children swing from the rafters occasionally. But just at home, never in public.. 🙂
Poncho, our Boston Terrier had his birthday yesterday. 10 years old. We celebrated by having a party for him (and us) the night before. As guests, we had the dogs I’m boarding, our human friends and a couple of their dogs. It was a fun night.
I hope this gives you the idea of giving your dog a party too. They don’t know why everyone’s coming over, but who cares? It’s an excellent reason to have a pot luck party with all your friends in which you can make a cake and have everyone sing to your dog. It’s priceless. 🙂
Pictures were taken by Ayumi Horie and myself. And I must give props for the cake and pie to the lovely Ms. Ayumi. They were delicious.