Monday, May 5, 2014

Mother-Daughter Weekend

Even though we didn't get to participate in Mommy's recent Mother-Daughter Weekend, we guess we could tell you a little bit about it.  We heard from Grandma that there was a LOT of walking involved (even down in the subway).  That is proof right there that we should have gone.  We LOVE to walk!  When anyone became tired, they could have hitched a ride on our backs.  We also could have provided plenty of pawtection for the lovely ladies (in the subway, on the sidewalks, in the taxis, everywhere!).  No one messes with us!

Another reason we should have been allowed to go: the ladies took a rickshaw ride through Central Park.  We could have saved them sooooo much money.  Just hitch that seat to us and we could have taken them on the same beautiful journey.  We even think they could have understood our speech patterns better than those of their drivers from West Africa.  We would have been right at home.  There are always many dawgs in Central Park because not everyone is as lucky as we are with a huge yard to play in.  Oh what fun we could have had meeting new playmates!

We should have been on the trip because Grandma shopped for her HUMAN grandchildren but not us!!  Can you believe the injustice?  Mommy didn't bring anything back for us either!  Aren't parents always supposed to buy souvenirs for their children when they go away without them?  Have we not been good dawgs lately?

The moms and daughters did lots of sightseeing and saw a musical as well.  We'll admit we might not have been allowed to go to the top of the Empire State Building or into the theater to see Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, but we do know how to sit and stay.  We could have waited patiently outside until they were ready to move on to their next adventure.  

Maybe we'll get to go next time . . . it's been decided there will most definitely be a next time!  After all, a good time was had by all!  (All but us!  No offense, Daddy!)

Dixie and Jenna

PS:  Please ignore the appearance of Grandma's hair.  Her angel wings decided to show themselves in her hair this weekend.  It was very windy in the city!


  1. What a wonderful trip. Looks like everyone had fun, even though you were dogless!
    Linda C

  2. Mommy had a fabulous time . . . but I bet she could have had a better time with us!


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