Bruno likes to snuggle right in on my lap like a small dog & not the big clumsy, step on your private parts one that he is.
Had pip over for a rare visit. I like having the two dogs, they complement each other. Bruno is all affectionate, but dopey whereas pip is independent and bubbly. Here pip uses Bruno as a bum rest.
Was walking Bruno today when it started raining so we ducked into the pub
It was a year ago today that I adopted Bruno. It’s not always been easy being a single dog parent – he’s had to go into kennels when I travel & I have to get away early sometimes to get back to him. But overall it’s been great – he’d been in the home for 6 months because he was old and a staffie. He’s super affectionate and just wants a home. He is also very good at listening to my thoughts on open education
Just going with dog pics for a while
After the calamitous events in America overnight it was hard to do anything today. It’s not just that my choice didn’t win but that someone so fundamentally unqualified for the job gets it, makes you think “what’s the point of any of it?”
But had to work on a course today which was actually distracting enough. And Bruno was still here, needing affection & walks & food.
I took Bruno to Ogmore beach today. It was a stormy day so it’d be fairly quiet I thought. But I had managed to coincide my visit with a Dachshund club meeting. There were hundreds of the yappy little beasts. Bruno was most perplexed as they all growled and snarled at him. Then it rained so heavily I thought I might cry. We came home
Bruno saying there’s really no need to move off the sofa before 11, having had breakfast
After a day of cleaning, changing beds, mowing & dog walking I relaxed on the sofa listening to jazz & reading. Bruno seemed quite keen on Lester Young.