My chronicle and thoughts while I create a green corner of Galicia of my own.
Hi, Coco!She's huge! She must have added about 10 pounds since the last photo I saw of her. Did I hear you call her "Briga" as a nickname? It was so great to see her and Breo in action (and the garden) - and you. You were so funny at the end!Pam
Hi Pam! She is really tall. Don´t know how much longer her cage is going to hold her. And she can now almost reach countertops, with predictable results. I just wish she were cuddlier, the fierce warrior princess routine is getting old.Yep, Briga it is, though we usually mangle it to Brio, Brega, etc.This puppy thing is exhausting. And Breo has the patience of a saint. She´s usually trying to ¨hamstring¨ him or hanging off his jowls, and he just ducks and runs, if he can.If I could have edited off the end, I would have, but there you go. Me and my Dad´s old Pendleton wool coat and V´s old sweatpants. My garden style.Happy Holidays!!!
Hi Coco,The new intern looks as though she is having the time of her life! And brave Sir Breo, I'm starting to feel a bit sorry for him. Hehe! Run, Breo (and Coco), run! Hehe!Thanks for the video. And she was digging in the garden too...Chris
Hi Chris!The first time she shinnied under the fence and ran off with 2 plant tags, I knew I was in trouble.She´s up to 12 kilos from 8 when she arrived. I took her to get her micro chip and second round of vaccinations yesterday. I´m afraid Breo´s days as top dog are numbered. And we´re getting nervous :)Cheers