Not to be outstaged by Juno, over the past two days I spent most of my energies on this:
Note to Philip H.: Sydney thanks you for blogging and providing me some relief. At 10 weeks, this Boston Terrier needs much of my attention…
As Syd’s unofficial Aunt Sheril, I could be biased, but gosh, she’s one gorgeous pup!
Cannot wait to meet her 😉
Oh, so cuuuute! Juno says she wants to meet for a play-date.
oooooohhhhh ….. couldn’t you just bite that belly!!!
As Beanie snores away during her so far 6 and a half hour long nap, I know she is either dreaming of 1) whooping Sydney’s butt in frisbee/ball/stick-chasing; or 2) kicking some SD-6 bad guys into unconsciousness with her cousin, Bristow-style.
Welcome to the Intersection family! I’m not sure how our resident feathered friend Spartacus will take being dethroned as the official Intersection mascott, but I’m sure he’ll learn to live with it. Meanwhile, I look forward to the opportunity to give Chris some time off so you an dhe can get aquainted. Just don’t eat his socks all in the first day!
Your fifth cousin< thrice removed,
Me upstaged by a puppy? Surely you jest Philip!
I just thank Horus Chris has the sense not to adopt one of those wretched feline beasts.
I still like you best, and hope that you will come back to The Intersection very soon.
Aw! I have a Boston terrier mix (pic!) that’s the best dog ever–looks like Sydney is a doll!
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