'Gyp' stands for trouble or problems - and that is exactly what he is ! Well to me anyway - D & C think he is lovely - but he blocked me in the garden and wanted to play and wouldn't let me back in the house. So I had to tell him off - but every time I went out there I had to be pretty quick about coming back or we would have had words again! All he did all day was run around, play with toys (MINE!) and chased the ball. We even had to watch his TV programs - he liked Womens Tennis - which suited C - but D wasn't convinced the motives were strictly sports related.
Well, you think that D & C would let me catch up on my beauty sleep on Sunday - but No - C had a bike race. He gets on this two wheelie thing and dresses up in tights and then cycles as fast as he can for 25 miles (he doesn't race other riders, but the clock - these humans - what an odd bunch) ... This is a photo of him waiting to start
While he raced the clock, D and I sat in the car reading magazines drinking coffee - it was cold though and I stayed under my blankie.
C did very well - he came in the top 20 and had a very competitive time - we were very proud and we gave him a big Congratulations kiss. We then went to visit the Fox Terrier Rescue. Not to drop me off - although after I turned D's expensive jeans into a pair of shorts - she did threaten to send me back. It wasn't the jeans she was so mad about - it was the fact that she was wearing them when I had my 'moment'. But those were early days and I am much better now.
My fellow rescues are a much better behaved bunch than me - we saw Paddy again - a sweet boy that had cataracts surgery - which I know Jackson told you about and you were all so generous to help towards the cost of his surgery. He is doing well - still waiting for his forever home. A volunteer knitted him a cosy jumper (sweater) - all stripey - to help keep him warm.
D and C brought lots of treats and toys and an extra special one for Paddy. Check out the Fox Terrier Rescue website for all the photos of my pals in the rescue - D wanted to take them all home. We all hope that they find their forever home very soon.
Wow, what a weekend. I was too tired yesterday to write anything - I just curled up on my blankie and snoozed the day away. But I am bright eyed and bushy tailed today and can't wait to read all the Valentine blogs - lots of licks