Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Cooper has taught me patience. The training started with a tussle over a stuffed toy. Well, Cooper won of course, because Beagle are so cool. So, as he destroyed the toy I had to wait and then eventually beg him to let me join in.
I'm so glad you got to meet Cooper. He is a true blue friend. One you can tell all your troubles too, granted I do most of the talking. Cooper is a man of few words but that's one of the things I love about him.
Until next time, remember CORGIS RULE!
Saturday, April 16, 2011
Friday, April 15, 2011
|This is the corgi stretch. To get a proper nap, one must get relaxed and ready to indulge in nap time|
|Placement of the head is very important. You must be ready at any time or for any noise to be able to pop awake and take control of the situation|
|And one must keep one ear open|
|Now let's talk about nap buddies because that is very important. A buddy should have great shoulders to lie on (not to cry on)|
|The chest is also good, but proper face placement is very important. Handsome cowboy makes a great nap buddy.|
|The body- neck slam is good also.|
|The over the arm neck stretch while being held by the "flute chick" does wonders for toning the muscles|
|There are times when a nap combined with the corgi stretch (on the lady nurse's favorite chair, ottoman) is just the right thing|
|Then sometimes any place will do after an afternoon of working in the garden|
|Do you think she will suspect anything?|
|Corgis can sleep anywhere|
|Sleep any way|
|But, not when they know they are on camera|