Today is a nice, cool, sunny, early fall day here in East Tennessee. Having some things I wanted to do on my computer, I decided to take advantage and sit outside to “work.” Tippy decided to join me. At first, she was very respectful of the fact that I had things to do.
That was, however, short lived as she decided that I had been gone too much this week and needed to be paying more attention to her. Of course, I was happy to oblige.
Come on mom. Play with me!
Getting Tippy kisses
There. Isn’t this much better than a computer on your lap.
Sniffing the fall air.
Mom’s lap is so comfy.
She did finally have enough and went to lay in the sunshine.
She came back and jumped up on my lap, looking over the computer, as I was commenting on a blog post. She may have just been wanting me to tell Choppy hi for her.
Tippy and I hope the weather where you are is as great as it is here and that you have a wonderful weekend!
In July, our local affiliate of the Houston Astro’s had Relay For Life night. My friend, Kelly, and I set up a booth to advertise for our Bark For Life event which will take place the end of October. As part of that, we were allowed to bring our dogs to the game! Tippy had a blast.
I think she thought everyone who came through the gate was there just to see her and give her some lovin’. I was very proud of how well she behaved and handled the crowd. She was a great ambassador for the event.
Hey everyone! Come see me.
Look! Here comes someone else. Think they’ll pet me?
Relaxing during the game.
Kelly brought one of her dogs, Kimura, with her. She and Tippy got along well, except for the one time that Kelly was petting Tippy and Kimura got jealous. Silly dog.
Kimura, relaxing on her bed.
It wasn’t easy, but we did finally manage to get a picture of them together.
The Assistant General Manager of the team, Kelsey, was excited to get to see our dogs and get some puppy loving.
Loving on Tippy.
Kimura wanted in on the loving.
We walked around the park, visiting with the fans and watching the game. One couple commented on how calm she was and wondered if she had always been that way. Of course, my answer was “no.” It takes time, work, and a little maturing from the puppy stage.
This looks like an interesting game.
I hope I get the opportunity to take her to at least one game next year. Maybe they will bring back “Bark in the Park” night. Paws crossed.