May 17, 2014: Me and my posse (a.k.a. Potomac Valley Samoyed Club) made the pilgrimage to Nationals Stadium today. Saw some dogs, ate some burgers, drank some beer (well, some Samoyeds not named SaraBlue….), had a lotta laughs, made a lotta smiles. Left a lot of hair behind so if some Nationals players are having to pick white hair out of their contacts at the next game…. I just want them to know that it was my sister Charlotte’s.
On Saturday I joined twenty other Samoyeds for a walk around the Tidal Basin with stops at the Jefferson Memorial and the Lincoln Memorial. The colder than usual spring has delayed the cherry blossoms, but my friends and I made up for it. I heard one woman say “Forget the blossoms. Forget the monuments. These beautiful dogs have made our trip!” Happy to oblige.
Click this link for a slideshow of our walk! Cherry Blossom Walk
On March 1, 2014, the Potomac Valley Samoyed Club marched in the Old Town, Alexandria, Virginia St. Patrick’s Parade. It was our second year in the parade. I’d say we were a smashing success.
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Just when I thought the weekend couldn’t get any better we loaded the inflatables into Tam’s Element (you could fit a washing machine in the back of the thing) and high tailed it (literally) over the Drum Point to paddle in the Bay
What made it really great was that my Mom Irish and my sister Charlotte were there too.
I’m one lucky girl.
Arlo has always been the musical one in the family. Not to be outdone, I’ve been studying his style and practicing a little on my own. I think I’ve got it.
Arlo and I are available for weddings, bar mitzvahs and supermarket openings
I had a fantastic weekend. Of course, most of my weekends are pretty fantastic but this one was exceptional. On Saturday my posse and I went to the National Arboretum. As usual we were real attention getters. After the walk … Continue reading
It was a cold, cloudy day. The cherry blossoms hadn’t arrived. But we had a great time walking from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial and then all around the Tidal Basin where we were welcomed with cries of “they’re so fluffy” and “look at the tutu’s.” I think I looked BEAUTIFUL. I’m thinking of wearing my tutu everyday.
Tam took lots of great pictures and Mom made them into a video
I thought her video was a little lame so I made my own video.