Saturday, June 12, 2010

"Remy" the Papipoo now two!

Remy eagerly greets me every day I get home from work.
Happy birthday little one.



Here's dad "Otto" and mom "Boo".
They are the proud parents of our Remy.

12 comments:

Renegade Eye said...

Very nice.

Renegade Eye said...

The new template is an improvement. Professional looking.

roman said...

Thanks Ren.

Renegade Eye said...

In Minneapolis at one of the parks, they have a fenced area for dogs to play unleashed.

roman said...

Luckily, there's an area that is right around the corner from us which is owned by the local power utility. An abutter is kind enough to periodically clear several trails through wild shrubs and Remy is able to run free there.
The dog's got it made here.

Renegade Eye said...

OT: 1) On your profile page, your favorite books, are all books that I like.

Last year I struggled through Moby Dick. I thought I'd never finish. It's worth the first three and last ten or so chapters.

2) About your comment on my blog. I believe truth is material. There has to be a reason for people to change their daily routine, and take part in civil war. I disagree with Sonia.

roman said...

Ren,

Herman Melville's stylized method of writing always intrigued me. I've read the book several times. Each time I've come away with something new. His recognition of class and social standing bears mention.
I agree, truth is material. Sonia's Israeli civil war scenario between its Orthodox and secular society is an overeach.

Renegade Eye said...

When it comes to Middle east issues, ignore headlines. Headlines are for home audiences.

I don't take anything anymore at face value.

beakerkin said...

The Tranquil see has a young Maltese
purebred that follows me everywhere.
It is fun to hold a drumstick under the table and let him have fun. The little guy never seems to get enough drumsticks. However, he has yer to win a wing.

roman said...

beak,

Wings are too good to surrender!

beakerkin said...

The daughter of the Tranquil Sea would kill me if I gave the dog a wing.

He ran off with a smoked turkey drumstick that was almost as large as he is.

Renegade Eye said...

Some don't know dogs have different digestion than humans. They don't tolerate Vit. C, if I'm not mistaken.