Hazel, whenever I'm in a bad mood or just feel like poop, I go and watch you balance things, seeing your cute face just makes me smile and the balancing... Well it makes me smile even more. I hope you can one day enjoy real Dutch cheese.
Hi! I love your blog 1 because your dogs are absolutely adorable and 2 because I have a corgi that looks much like yours:)I've had my super sweet corgi, Calvin for 12 years to the day. He has a tumor on his stomach bigger than a baseball but has not had a clear diagnosis yet. I can't afford the surgery and he's getting old. I can't imagine life without him because I got him when I turned 4 and moved to America. I'm scared of what will happen How would you handle losing Hazel?:( Advice? Thanks!
"Aroof woof woof wuff woof woof"
(First, I am so sorry about Calvin’s health. I have a few lumps —benign— due to my old age, and worry about them quite a bit also. It’s especially hard, as we older Corgis have mellowed out into wiser, sweeter versions of the usual low-altitude dog; the only worthwhile advice I can give you is to make the best of every moment, and do take pictures!)
Hazel, the photo with the headless doll on your head seems very reminiscent of Salvador Dali or Andy Warhol. Are you a student of the pop art or surrealist movements in art? I know Warhol did a painting of a can of cheddar cheese soup.
Hi! woof my human stayed sleeping while she was doing her homework. She wrote an interesting essay, i really want to eat it! but this machine does not allow me (the question is) what can i do to eat her delicious homework, and the same time evading this horrible machine ? woof grrr wooof woof <3
"Aruff woof wurf wuff woof wuff woof woof"
(She will eventually cause her essay to come out of another machine on paper. You should eat it then.)