Well ya’ll today was just one of those days. But I promised myself I’d do this for seven days. Ending the series just in time to welcome our third foster pup. Originally transport was scheduled to arrive in WA this Sunday. But they got delayed and we are hoping for mid next week.
So in an attempt to stick to my 'write one blog thingie per day', self implemented rule... and instead of the normal story telling... I threw together some photos and videos of special Sarge moments. In no particular order, just for you to enjoy.
Sarge made the best faces while squishing himself as close to you as he could manage. Night or day this dude loved to cuddle.
This video of hale bouncing off his head and him being like "ok cool, grab the stuff from the truck and lets go inside now please."
Gus and Sarge had to be near each other almost all the time. This was one of their favorite spots. Since we are sheltering in place, Justin works at a standing desk in the kitchen and I work on my computer in the bedroom. Here the boys could watch us both.
Big spoon Sarge, little spoon Gus.
Took this video right after we learned Sarge could jump the "extra tall" baby gates we have in our home. He could do it without touching them or knocking them over. When he jumped them or jumped up onto our bed it looked like he went straight up and over. Like the trajectory of his body made a right angle. It was cartoonish and adorable.
When I'd let the dogs out sometimes I'd go check the laundry. We have this tiny old window that lets you see the whole back yard. Every time I looked out this old foggy laundry room window, he was pooping. And it was guaranteed to make me hysterically laugh.
Loved his flirt pole time. Look at his amazing tail as he zooms.
He took to photo shoots like a pro. And made you smile while doing it.
He also considered sitting for a treat so serious business. But after a few clicks of the camera was like "ok, it is treat time lady."
I found a cow paws video! See Sarge Stories Day 3 for an explanation of why cow paws were my absolute favorite.
Taking back yard breaks while the sunshine was a out and the birds sang, was a magical. It was only made better by watching these two dudes live their best lives: just zooming and playing nonstop. Notice Sophie in the very back of the yard, not having any of it.
Stay tuned for more Sarge Stories over the next three days! I’m excited to share more about him and our fostering journey as we get ready for our third foster to arrive.
In tomorrow's post I'll share all the adventures that Sarge wore this bandana during his time with us.