Saturday, October 25

ETS hits the Park household

        This is a usual site at our house. Stella just wants to hog the blankets because the couch itself just isn’t soft enough for her needs. Jaime waits until Stella is settle in, then just wants to snuggle up with her.

        Since Jaime has to always being touching another greyhound, she tried this with Stanley. The results are not quite as comfortable and resulted in Stanley getting reverse ETS. Looks like a fight between narcoleptic greyhounds.
        It turned out to be a night full of ETS. Maybe it was a full moon or a high pressure system rolling through. Stanley gave us a snarling ETS.
        This is why girls don’t like you to see them when they just get up. She quickly pulled it back in, but it was too late.
        Jaime wanted to join the ETS club. She looks sad because this was the best she could do.

Sunday, October 12

Bye Bye Ponytail

        I’ve been growing my hair out for a bit over two years. Locks of Love requires 10 inches, and I had 14-15 inches of ponytail. I figured it was time, and donated 12 inches. It’s now shoulder length. I think I will go another round before going back to regular short hair. Or maybe even shave my head. Never done that.
        We watched Ana and Blue for a few days. Usually they stay at Trina’s, but Casa de Stumpf was booked up. We fostered Blue when he first came up. Twice. Here is the brindle and black parade. It’s Stanlely, Ana, Stella, and Blue. Jaime, Parker and Beamer were off doing their own black and brindle thing.
        Hey Ana, can you do that ear thing so I can get a picture? Sure, no problem. This good enough?

        Blue giving me a little stinkeye. You better be taking a pic of my ears and not my bald butt.
        Beamer was back again from his second home. Let me out, he says. I need to find my forever home. He is now with a family where he seems be quite happy. Keeping your fingers crossed for him.

        Stella gets jealous if I just take pictures of the fosters and visiting dogs.

        What about us daddy! Stanley and Jaime in sibling solidarity.
        We watched Sunny over this past weekend. It’s been brindles and blacks for so long at our house, it was nice to have a fawn.
        She does not have a fenced in yard at home, so she took full advantage of her time here.