Pablo started out the new year in style. K and I put him in his hoodie and took him to our local park. Since Pablo can no longer walk, K pulled him in our wagon. Pablo definitely enjoyed the change of scenery.
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This is perhaps my favorite New Yorker cover of all time. It isn’t hard to guess why. The artist is Ana Juan.
It reminds me of a photo my daughter took of Pablo one Christmas morning about ten years ago.
Happy Halloween, fellow pugophiles! As you know, pugs and Halloween go together like fries and ketchup. Pablo has already had his share of treats–his reward for letting me take photos of him in costume.
It’s autumn and the leaves are turning and the days are getting shorter. The mellow season seems to suit Pablo.
It’s end of summer and Pablo is bored.
Pablo’s cousins from NC came for a visit last week. Matilda (left) and Eloise (right) are bull terriers named after spunky characters from children’s books. They both live up to their names! We had a great time with these energetic gals and hope they come back again soon.
Fifteen years ago today I picked up Pablo, eight weeks old, from breeders in Connecticut and brought him home. He has brought so much love and joy into my life, and I hope I have brought some into his.