Saturday, May 24, 2008
Sunday, May 18, 2008
Typhoon season here on Okinawa is from June 1st - November 30th. Last year we didn't have to worry to much because I was only here for one of the Typhoons and it wasn't a bad one so mommy was still able to take me outside to go potty. Since this year I am a big boy and we don't know how the season will be mommy and daddy had to add one more thing to their Typhoon Preperation List...
Teaching me to go potty inside the house on the puppy pads!
I have this confused look on my face because I didn't know what mommy wanted me to do.
Here I am looking cute on the potty!
I was doing all kinds of tricks for mommy to because she had treats.
Mommy finally had to take this thing outside and put it by the grass and I finally went potty on it! Next mommy said she will have to move it inside and try and get me to potty inside the house. I am a good boy though and I know that I am not allowed to potty inside the house so this will be kind of tricky for mommy to convince me to go inside. Wish her luck because we are getting close and we already have a typhoon that is passing by here but not directly hitting us.
We went out on Saturday to Heartful Dog Cafe: http://heartful-dog.com/doghearing.html
Here I am in the car on the way there.
I was very interested in the Weimaraner that was there. I wanted to play with him so bad but I wasn't allowed.
I got some lovin from some women there too. How can anyone resist this face?
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Sunday, May 11, 2008
I guess this thing isn't so bad after all... I can catch the ball when mommy and daddy throw it to me. They think this is stupid pet tricks!
My mommy had some of her friends over the house last night and I had so much fun with everyone. I loved jumping up on everyone and getting loved on. My mommy made this spaghetti and meatball cake for Sayo's birthday. Happy Birthday Sayo! 誕生日おめでとう!
Sunday, May 4, 2008
This week is Golden Week here in Japan.
Mommy and daddy took me to the seawall behind our house to see all of the carp flags. Japanese put these carp flags out to celebrate
children. A family will celebrate by putting these carp flags outside of their house...
Koinobori (The large carp at the top represents the father, the second carp represents the mother, and the third carp represents their children.) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kodomo_no_hi
Here I am with the carp flags.
Yeah in the stupid head cone. I have been being a really bad boy or so mommy says. My ears, particularly my left one has been really itching me. I scratch it so hard that I make my ear bleed. Mommy has tried to put different things in my ear and yesterday she took the cone off me for a little while and guess what I did.. you guessed it I made my ear bleed again. I believe we will be going to see the doctor soon for my ear since we can't seem to fix it here at home. I know I really look pitiful in this picture but I assure you that I play,eat, drink,sleep, and even lick my feet in this thing.