Some time ago, "we" got this nice award from a fellow retrieving doggie named, of all things, Dexter! He is the same age as me exactly. "We" were supposed to post the award when we got it, but Mango said since the award was obviously between us water dogs that I would have to wait for Dexter Day to post it. What a pain he is.
Here is about the award...
*As a dedication for those who love blogging activity and love to encourage friendships through blogging.
*To seek the reason why we all love blogging.
*Put the award in one post as soon as you receive it.
*Don’t forget to mention the person who gives you the award.
*Answer the Award’s question by writing the reason why you love blogging.
*Tag and distribute the Award to as many people as you like.
*Don’t forget to notify the Award receivers and put their links in your post.
I love blogging because:
I get to meet super cool doggies from everyplace.
Momma gets to learn about nice foodables and treats to give us from other doggies.I would like to pass this award on to;
As is typical here in Master Chew Sits, suddenly it's summer and just way too hot! Fortunately, Momma declared Dexter Day to also be the day of the grand opening of my swimming pool.
And this summer I was pleased to see that we had got a swimming pool upgrade to something a bit larger than last summer. Our new pool came with directions which included advise that we should avoid diving. Duh.
I couldn't wait to try it out. I have gone far too long without getting wet.
Of course the Relentlessly Huge Beastie had to dip his toes in as well leaving little room for me to enjoy myself.
I did manage to practice some of my strokes as you can see by clicking here.
Obviously, I was quite jazzed up. The Beastie, on the other hand quickly retreated to the shady part of the yard where he could produce copious amounts of slobber in peace.
He thought it was too hot for bitey face, but I said, "Oh no, bitey face is going to happen whether you like it or not!"
Pity the poor dinosaur sized creature who could only writhe futilely about when confronted with my dexterous dexterness.
A fierce face pinch. ARRRR!
And back into the pool. Ah! This is the life.