Sunday, June 28, 2009
I'm happy to report that so far, Kevin's is recovering well from the surgery to repair his deviated septum he had on Friday. He has had some wonderful support from his "nurses" Brooke and Magellan. Moses has also provided much comforting and support, and Laz, as always has been wonderful. Magellan and Brooke seemed to be the most concerned for Kevin since they have not really seen him "down for the count" before. Kevin doesn't remember much from the surgery day, but the doctor said it went very well, and he should have a significant improvement in his breathing in 3 weeks to a month.
By the way, Brooke is our Foster Dog for the German Shorthaired Pointer Rescue of North Texas (Dallas, Austin). She is a doll and is particularly smitten with Kevin.
Saturday, June 20, 2009
HI! Magellan here. I want to tell you about our awesome new vehicle. Mom and Dad brought it home and it is so fun. It is called a Ford Flex and I love it. There is room for me and Mosi to play, big windows to stick my face outta, and the air conditioning is nice and cool. We also have a few free months of satellite radio, so we now get to hear "Willie's Place" (XM 13 / Sirius 64) in both cars. I just wish I could convince that CAT Grace to ride along next to me so I can stare at her even more. Anyway, here are some photos! I better get back to playing. I need to keep up my pack cred.
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Last weekend, Julie and I took a short vacation to St. Louis, Missouri. We chose to go to St. Louis because neither of us had spent much time there and we could see a lot of the city without renting a car. We went to two baseball games and watched the Colorado Rockies defeat the Cardinals. It was funny for us to witness fans who were very upset seeing their team lose in a blowout fashion. This is just a way of life watching the Rangers! We also visited and went up the Gateway Arch. Julie was very reticent to take the ride, but we made it and had a great view of the city from the observation area. We also toured Forest Park on bicycles because this city park is larger than Central Park in New York. This was also the main staging area for the 1904 World's Fair which is known by our pack as the event where the ice cream cone was invented. The dogs and Grace were very happy to see us when we returned.
Photos: Julie at Gateway arch, Busch Stadium as seen from top of arch, Union Train Station.