June 27th 2007 4:43 am
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I don't know about the rest of you, but I could really use a break from all this heat and humidity. It cuts down on the amount of energy Akera and I have for romping outside.
Yesterday mom and dad spent some time in the garden, also known as "the place where I'm not allowed to pee." Later that evening mom was busy blanching broccoli for freezing and shredding zucchini for bread. I tried a piece of the broccoli that mom dropped on the floor. I didn't like it, so mom called over Akera who eats anything.
Speaking of eating anything. Akera got put on a diet by her doctor. She's not to happy and is trying to eat anything she can put in her mouth now. She did manage to lose all the weight prescribed by the doctor and now she's on "maintenence," whatever that is.
On another note, mom's belly keeps getting bigger. It's making it very hard to snuggle on the couch with her. I'm still not to sure about this baby thing, so I've been sticking extra close to mom.
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Cute and funny... it's so heartwarming the way you write. Thanks for posting.
Lovely pictures love to see them again and again..
Sounds like a up to date narrative from 'Lady and the Tramp.' Always nice to hear from the point of view of the dog and what their perspective might be if we could properly communicate with them.