By: Erik Scott de Bie
Where in the world is Kaja San Diego... okay not as clever as the originial, but still has a
ring to it right? I know lots of people have been telling dad to get me to update my blog. It's cool having so many fans, sorry for taking so long to
Where to start, things have been busy around here lately.
First off in late January dad took me to visit another elkhound and said he may be able to live with us for awhile. Not sure I was okay with it, but once I met him he seemed like a pretty cool dog, so I let dad bring him home. After about a week we became pretty good friends. Here we are on the couch together.
Grady and me
He was really fun to hang out with. A lot more active than Jasmine, plus he actually played with me. After I taught him how to play. I kind of had to jump on him and tackle him to show him how much fun it is, but once he understood that it was lots of fun. Dad warned me he was a foster dog, but I didn't really know what that meant. So after a month a lady came to the house and took Grady with her. That made me sad. I was hoping he was coming back, but after a couple hours I kind of understood he was not going to be back. So, I took his favorite toy and just laid with it for a little bit. Dad, showing that his camera is always attached to him, took this picture of me while I was sad.
A couple weeks after that dad took me to a school to visit fourth graders again. I really really like doing this because there are always a bunch of kids there and I get to get petted by all of them. Some times I even get sneeky and kiss a kid or two and get them to giggle. Until dad tells them that when I was a puppy I used to eat my own poo... why does he tell everyone that! Not like he didn't do things as a kid that he regrets sheesh!
Then just last week dad took me to a place that he called a preschool. I have never been to one of those before, so I was hoping it would be fun. I was really excited when I walked in and I found a bunch of miget kids. I mean, really I was taller than them when they were sitting down. It was really cool and they petted me just as much as the other kids. We didn't spend as much time with them, because dad said they were like human puppies and could focus very long, but I still had fun.
On a couple other notes. Jasmine had been asking dad to take her to get a hair cut because she wasn't looking 'womanly' anymore. Dad kept refusing saying she looked just fine. He finally relented when Jasmine woke up one morning and looked like this.
Dad calls this picture a funny picture, but I still don't know why. Dad was laughing so hard he was crying when he took this picture. I don't know why, I was just laying there looking out the window minding my own business. Ah well, maybe you guys will see why dad thought it was funny.
Well, I think that is allI have to report for now. I will try and stay updated more often. I better get back to patrolling the yard though. Those damn rabbits are out in force today.
Bye for now.