It’s all over but the crying (as my dad used to say). Despite a valiant effort, and an impressive win in their last week of regular season play, it looks like my Snow Monkeys will come up one game short in their bid to grab that last playoff spot. There were a lot of missed opportunities this year, one of the biggest being our 1 point loss (a single point!) early in the season. Ah well.
Suji, meanwhile, has settled in and was showing off some surprising team colors early this morning. Apparently, she’s a HUGE Drew Brees fan.
Because she’s a little unsteady on her hind quarters, slippy-sliding across the hardwood floor, we’ve outfitted her with grippy doggy boots to help her negotiate her new surroundings.
Lulu has taken a particular interest in her, intrigued by the interesting-smelling newcomer.
They’ve even been hanging around together.
But Suji seems to prefer human company. She’s a lap dog in the truest sense of the term.
Today, we hit the park. Here’s Suji, ready to take flight.
And she’s off!
A quick trip to Homesense snagged us three new doggy beds and this stylish festive hat.
Ah, that sense of wonder…
She’s growing more comfortable in her new home. This afternoon, she even padded up to the patio door and asked to go out to pee. At least I think that’s what she was doing.
Enjoying a lazy Sunday afternoon.
Like most pugs, she enjoys lazing about. But she’s also pretty spunky, jumping out of bed to greet us when we come home, and running the carpet from our apartment to the elevator like a dog half her age. She also LOVES to sleep in, which is something we have in common.
Lulu breaks in the new dog bed.
Suji took a trip to Homesense, Lulu got to go to the dog park, and Bubba joined us for a visit to the pet shop. After every light he crosses, he’ll sit down on the sidewalk and patiently await his “good walking” reward.
14 and still going strong!
Well, back at it tomorrow for me. Main unit is at “the warehouse” while 2nd unit shoots (and I do mean that literally) in The Raza underbelly.