I’m a dog walking video vixen!
Allow me to explain –
When it rains hard and steady for three days straight there’s not much you can do with two dogs other than “go with the flow” #punintended
I was forced to adjust from my normal routine. The residuals from Hurricane Joaquin made it difficult to walk two doodles together.
Entirely too much rain.
Too much wind.
This was great for them, but not for me. #doubledoodleduty
Harley prefers not to go out during inclement weather. He jets out, handles his business and races back to the front porch…
While Jax goes out and stays out despite my pleading and yelling…
So there I was – outside twice as much, getting twice as wet. #coldmedsplease
I chose not to get too worked up about being outside in this awful weather. It was something that had to be done – so I did it. #wonderwoman
Jax finds the water exhilarating. He stomps in all the puddles. On occasion he’ll even stop, drop and roll in the wet grass.
Zoomies (when your dog starts racing around like crazy), may occur at a moments notice with me still at the other end of the leash. #notaprettypicture
When this happens, I’ve learned to release the leash because if I don’t – I’ll get dragged, lassoed, and/or tripped for sure!
On Saturday he was so excited he had a zoomie moment and that is how he ended up down the street…
With my phone in my pocket #bloggersrule101 I decided to capture his Fred Astaire rendition from “Singing in the Rain.”
As he raced around, I had no idea until it was too late, that many of the residents were standing in their garages video taping this crazy lady outside in the rain video taping her crazier dog zoom through the streets.
When I saw them – about 6 garages deep – thoroughly entertained –
I waved 🙂
They waved back, and now I have a block full for friends in my sister-in-laws neighborhood.
Let me know if you run across Jax & I on YouTube! #hilarious
On a serious note –
We survived the storm and we’re forever grateful for the many text messages and inquiries about our safety. Many however, are battling water damage so please keep them in your prayers.
We surveyed a few blocks on Sunday and found a few piles of broken limbs from trees…
On another note –
Earlier while messing around on the computer, I “googled” images of Charleston. I wanted to view some of the photos taken of the downtown area. Imagine my surprise to find my boys listed amongst the other photos. #collarusflattered…
This was a first for me 🙂 #smilingallday