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Parties and Receptions Are Booor-Ing!

So last night Mommis and I went to a couple of receptions for SeedSpot Demo Day. I had to dress up in my jacket and clean people’s faces and let them take selfies with me. The only good part was when I got to show them my new balls, which seem to have come down last week.

I might have felt better about going if Mommis hadn’t given me the apple during the committee meeting we went to in the afternoon. It went through me so fast that I pooed in the school’s student garden! How embarrassing. 

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Golf

​my brother Sammy is a pain in the tail. Literally. I am sort of a mellow guy, but Sammy is a whack job. Playing with him always gets me into more trouble than it’s worth. But even when I lay down, and show him I’m done, he doesn’t stop.

And Mommis thinks it’s funny. I don’t think she has owned a philosophical dog before.

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We Passed

Mommis did a great job on my Canine Good Citizen test. She didn’t confuse me at all and we passed. It was hard work though.

I had such a big day that I barfed at her ASU class with my vest on. I think it was the three Crimini mushrooms that I ate off the floor at Sprouts that morning. Or maybe it was stress. A nice man in her class cleaned it up before I could re-eat it, which I was going to do for her.

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I Heard Something

Every afternoon in our house we have something called dog down time. This is when we all take naps while Mommis works. Today was an especially important dog down time because I spent that weekend having a festival with Lady Leeloo. And because I went to the salon this morning. That’s always tiring. I wonder why humans like it so much.

Anyway, I was just getting comfy on Mommis’s bed while she was writing, but then I heard a noise. 


I thought it was dinner being served, but it was a false alarm.