“Alexa,” Mommis yells. “Turn the lights on.” I don’t know who Alexa is, because the only other people in the room are us, but whoever she is she does turn the lights on, and that startles us awake. I don’t know why Mommis persists in waking up so early.
I think that’s why Bruce doesn’t go with us. Sammy, of course, is just Mommis’s little shill and will go anywhere. I go, but often with a deep sigh, wishing she’d wait a little later.
It’s always good once we get out there, though. I love the park.
Mommis is hanging around with a new animal called a Shark. Me and Trina are trying to hide in Uncle Max’s room so it doesn’t get us but it keeps following us.
It makes a terrible loud noise and sucks up everything I was planning to pick up and eat myself. It’s eating all of our snacks.Mommis didn’t use to pal around with noisy animals. In fact, when we’re noisy she makes us be quiet. So how come this Shark gets special rules?
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.
I denied it, but she didn’t believe me. I did eat the warranty from her new Snapchat spectacles. It fell on the floor and like there was. I couldn’t resist.
Sammy never lets me on the bed. It’s no fair; they’re all up there but me and I’m the puppy. Mommis got this new duvet and I wanted to try it but Bruce also barked me off. I’m the biggest, but I’m the youngest. So I have no real power.
Me and my girl at the park this morning .
My girlfriend’s mom Katie is starting a new business and she’s following the lean start up methodology. Mommis coaches this method. I’ve been to a million classes about this and I usually sleep through them because they’re so boring. Blah, blah blah, minimum viable product, blah blah blah pivot.
But this morning the minimum viable product turned out to be a cupcake for dogs and we were the customer!
After we walked we had a focus group. And boy, would we ever pay for that product.
We made sure Leeloo took the packaging home so that Katie could fill it up again.
Focus group a big success. No pivot necessary. Let’s move right onto launch.