I am thankful for the sun puddles that warm my oldish bones, even on really hot days.
Thank you for all your kind gotcha day wishes, and especially comments about cake and ice cream because as you will see, they helped land me some awesome treats.
First, I got a little chicken at dinner. I love chicken, but it makes me itchy so I can't have much.
Next up was dessert, vanilla ice cream! We have only had this a few times, so it took me a few minutes to decide it wasn't poison and I could eat it.
|What is this and why are you singing so much Lady?|
|It is pretty good!|
I don't even know where to start with the mischief.
I will start with the weather. It has been as hot as Hades. Day time highs with the humidity have been 40C/104F and without the humidity the low 30sC/90ishF. I have gotten to go in the lake many times, but Lady didn't take a picture capturing device. It is expected to cool down to the mid 20sC/70sF. (Note the only a/c we have is in the car and the bedroom!)
|I may just melt into the floor.|
While you will see that jays and squirrels dominate our feeders, we do get other visitors. One of Lady's favourite is the Downy Woodpecker.
We are lucky to have several types of woodpeckers in our area, including the very large pileated one.
Here are a few shots of the Downy.
Thanks Rosy for hosting this hop!
I have always loved to fetch and swim and swim and fetch. I am very lucky that my peeps have a lake for me, where I can combine the 2.
I love to be near my people, inside and outside. I always check in. This following picture was taken after a good dig in my tunnel.
I think I won the jackpot 10 years ago when Lady and Man and Lee and angels Baggy and Nin welcomed me into their home. Lady says the feeling is mutual. I think I may love my peeps and home as much as I love Precious, and that is a lot!
I would also like to thank my blog pals for letting me be part of their lives and following me on my adventures!
This weekend in my honour, I ask you to play fetch or do something goofy. Can't wait to hear what you do.
A thankful from the bottom of his heart Phod