Here are some pix from last Sunday! This one is spent in the city, but it’s nice and sunny here too right now.
Hahaha.. Gotta get comfy!
Here’s even a video of the little guy. Please turn the sound off to save your ears from my talking. He did come running though – as usually when I call him – until his little head goes smack into the camera. LOL!
Benson and Lily gave us an award! They actually gave it to us double up, as far as we could see. Tee hee.. We like cookies, so that’s very good. I’m not big on the stealing of foods really – but have one weakness: GRAPES. That is a very bad weakness, I know.. Grapes can be very dangarous for a doggie so Mom is very careful never leaving them anywhere I can get to when I’m not within sight.
Now here are the rules to this award:
“When accepting this award, you must blog about the food you have stolen when your humans were not watching. If you have never stolen any food, you must have been a really good pup! You can accept this yummy tray of cookies as your reward! Next add the logo of this award to your blog (optional), then nominate at least 5 other furry blogs and let them know by leaving a message on their blogs.”
So I nominate:
1. My beautiful Annie (I want her to have cookies, too!)
2. Fui and Suey
4. Brutus the Frenchie whom we just met – he does agilities and needs the extra energy!
We’ve also got other awards over the summer, but choosing a few among all our great friends just took too much energies out of us, so we’re sorry we haven’t said our thank you’s and passed them on. We might get to it eventally..
Oh and another thing – Mango mentioned the picture box (in Thursday’s video) speaking English and not a weird foreign language. Mom was watching NCIS. ;)
Oh – and let’s put in a picture of ME!
Mom is threatening with the toof brush..
Hope you all have GREAT weekends!
Welcome to video night!
Here Virus is having fun with one of Mom’s hair thingies. Good thing Virus still have rather short furs, as he’s not doing that right!
We’re big on the helping Mom day lately.. Until she can walk properly she’s doing all the reading possible at home and only leaving for classes. Which is good for us! We’re great helpers.
You see – sometimes your own hoomans can be a bit boring while travelling – so this is what you do. Walk across to the first kind-looking person you find. Hop up into their lap and settle in:
We came home to some sad news! Aunties three litle piggies had been stolen off their veranda (or possibly set free somewhere).
Lillebror (meaning little brother)
This is Theodor. He was such a social and lovable piggie..
And this is Theodor with Ludvig, the third little guinea pig.
We’re really hoping that wherever they are they are safe, but we’re real worried. Just a couple of days earlyer someone broke in and stole aunties new laptop and one oher thing – so it seems there are some youngsters out having fun. :(
It’s the weekend! Yay! We’re heading up by the lake – PA and Bajas actually went up a couple of days ago. I’ll be bringing my bio chemistry book and Catcher in the rye that’s one of our Am.Litt books – I’ve read it before, but thought I’d re-read it over the weekend. Generally I’m all for doing all my school work during the week and then have my weekends OFF (unless I’m working..hehe). But this one will be one exeption so that I can get a bit ahead in all my courses.
So here’s a silly picture of Virus to start your weekends!
I’m taking over the blog today for a short update – and to apologize in advance on behalf of the boys. A new semester has started and I’m sure I’ll be hogging the computer from time to time making it hard for them to post and read and comment.
Some of you asked about my subjects etc, so I thought I’d post it all on here. I’m taking 4 courses this semester – at least I’ll try to. (Normal progression is 3 courses/semester) I’ll be taking two English courses and two in Biology – American litterature, phonetics, biochemistry and physiology (animals and plants). The biochemistry will be a major challenge since I don’t really have all the recommended courses to take it. But hopefully I’ll manage.
Because English and Biology is not your average combo (I’ll end up with a masters degree in biology and education that will qualify me to teach similar to high school levels) there are noe guarantees that lectures and/or exam dates will not crash and so last semester (and hopefully this one) I’ve taken an extra course so as to be a bit ahead. Then I shouldn’t be at risk of having everything delayed because the last few courses I have to take all collide.
Now I’m all ready for my first group in phonetics – all groups except one is for RP (Recieved pronunciation) but I think it won’t be too big a deal that my accent isn’t British of any kind. ;)
PS: If I discover I’m really in over my head I have the option of dropping a class. But, fingers crossed, it’ll all work out.