Saturday, June 24, 2006















Fun In the Sun

Emily would rather chase the water hose than eat when she is hungry. I think she would chase it to point of complete exhaustion.






























She loves to attack the stream of water the most and will attack the hose when I lay it down. She is trying her best to get some water to come out of it.

She rolled in some stinky earlier, and I think she does it on purpose because she knows she gets to play with the water hose before coming back inside.

11 comments:

Ms. Mamma said...

Excellent photos! My pug would have sold me to the devil for a snack, any snack. Even if the hand held a non-existant snack.

Uncivil said...

Hi Ms Mamma

I haven't met a Pug yet that didn't like to eat. Sometimes I think I'm part Pug!

J said...

Too cute! Sometimes I wish Genevieve were more playful...she's the most unplayful dog you're ever likely to meet. Then I look at our hose, safe and quiet on the ground, and I guess it's ok for her to just be who she is. :)

Uncivil said...

Genevieve, I like that name. I bet you call her Gin for short.

J said...

We call her Gen. She doesn't care what we call her, as long as we don't call her late for dinner! HA!

Genevieve was the name of the dog that saved Madeline from drowning in the Seine, in Maya's favorite childhood book, Madeline's Rescue. :)

She's 1/2 Keeshond, 1/2 Sheltie.

Uncivil said...

And I assume Genevieve from Madeline's Rescue was named after Genevieve the Patron Saint of Paris?

Gina said...

Actually, she reminds me a bit of my son as he played with the hose today!

Very cute!

Uncivil said...

Thanks Gina

You must have one good lookin son.

I just love that picture of the little gal with the pony tails.

Ayatollah Mugsy said...

Emily is very brave. I try to steer clear of all water sources. Except my water bowl, of course.

Therese said...

What a cutie! And very smart to be rolling in the stink so she can give you an excuse to let her play in the water ;)

Uncivil said...

Thanks for stopping by therese.