Finally, mummy took me to the park today!! I hadn’t been there for more than 2 weeks so it looked very different and trees were bald. I saw a squirrel and started running but something stopped me. Yes, I was on the lead.
Mummy let me go when we passed the squirrel area and I met Baily the Tibetan Terrier. When he was a puppy I always had to tell him off because he was too much for me. But now he is a grown-up doggie and we are good, and Baily’s daddy and my mummy are very happy about it. Baily is a pretty white doggie and I asked mummy to take photo of us. Mummy said “Cheese!” but nothing happened. Silly mummy forgot to put the memory card in the camera. So this is the photo of Baily and me from my album. He is fluffy and pretty isn’t he?
I was disappointed because I couldn’t take any photos in the park today. I was looking forward to this walk & modeling opertunity. How could she do that to me. I didn’t blame her, of course, because I am a good girl and everyone can make mistakes can’t they?
But I am not cross with mummy anymore because mummy allowed me to do my favourite thing after my lunch-lunch. What do you think it is? It is dressing up, of course!
Mummy told me to pick just one costume because I should have a good rest after a long walk today. So I thought about a theme such as what I want to do or try this winter.
Let me see...winter, cold, snow, hat...how about skiing?
Uncle Y is a good skier so he can teach me can’t he? I heard that he had named his family dog “Hess” which was from some skier’s name. So I suppose he might want to teach a doggie how to ski. And you know what? Mummy said that actually he had wanted to train Hess using children’s mini-ski. I should send a photo of me to uncle Y and he might invite me on some ski trip.
I chose a pink down jacket which would be perfect for snowy mountains and to go with that a pink hat with fluffy pompom. Hmmm...I need a pair of gloves and ski goggles.
Daddy, can you take me shopping next weekend? There are a few nice sports shops in town.
Yawn.....I am tired now so I am going to sleep. Have a good afternoon, daddy.