Thursday, July 30, 2009

Public Service Announcement

Before I start, please know that Molly and Tess are fine. I have to post this though. I'm begging you all to get your dogs (and all the dogs you know) a life jacket if they are less than confident in the water.

Sure, we all lose our minds and get distracted when pools or lakes and cold beer are involved, but don't want to read about any of you doing that.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Living in a divided house

This is what I know. Molly is a conservative and Tess is a liberal. Tess also thinks she is a good salesman. Unfortunately for her, Molly can see right through her lame sales pitches. Guess who gets to break ties around here. may have noticed that Molly looks ripped in the first picture. No, she does not have any performance enhancing drugs in her diet. I'm very proud that she was born with those guns! Also unrelated, does anyone know why they don't sell Bibles for dogs at Petco?

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Shocking unreleased photos!

I was organizing my home office this afternoon and stumbled upon pictures from Molly's first day on the job. The first stop after bringing her home was to meet my parent's back door neighbor's dogs.

After a quick talk about the birds and the bees and how to kick some butt, Molly was ready to meet some new folks. Crusty old West Texas men. She brought it right at them and was pretty good at calling out their b.s. Not to worry, it all worked out in the end.

Today my girl is a little bigger, a little more grouchy and infinitely more special than that first day. It's been about 6 years since I've seen those pictures. I've picked up another freeloader in that time, but all she seems to be good at is doing a good "coyote ugly" pose.

The end.

Friday, July 03, 2009

Bringing a knife to a gun fight

This 4th, I'll bring this worn out Golden to a little competition to see how far she can jump off a dock. Let's pray that there is at least one fat lab there so she doesn't finish last! Tess, I'm sorry, but your butt will be staying at home because you stop at the edge of the dock to think for a second and then jump.