Friday, March 25, 2011

Bad giirrlll...

I haven't heard mommy call me "Baaaad giiirrlll.." for a long time. This time I didnt care, because the floor was moving and mommy had a couple heads.

Do I look wobbly?

All I remember, was that mommy said "You'd better eat this before it goes bad" and pointed at the green beer bread she had made for their special sait padriks day. How was I suppose to know she was talking to daddy...
Yep, the evidence was left behind. I was not sure if she was unhappy that I didnt share, or that didnt eat it all, and left crumbs on the floor.
But was RRRRREEEEEAALLLYYY made her madder, was when she discovered her very special home made rye bread gone too!
She had just made a new loaf and had only a couple bites. How was I suppose to know that she wanted to eat it all herself?
The problem is, this new "Pretty Lady" she talks about in the smelly room, is my nose height. Of course if she leaves things here on my table, I am suppose to eat it, rnt I?

BARK! Sasha the Princess

Note from mommy: Before anyone reports the princess momma to PETA, no alchohol was left in the bread after it was baked. :-)

Friday, March 18, 2011


I love the orange sticks mommy shaves in the smelly room. Whenever she is working on them, I come and stand politely at the door to the room. She will always give me one. Some times I eat it real neatly (like in these pik chores) and other times I leave little orange bits all over the floor, which annoys mommy a little.Mommy says I will be able to see better at night because of this. Im glad, since lately I have to make a lot of visits outside late at night in the dark. Mommy wants you to note how gently I take my food. Mommy is very grateful for the first peoples that I lived with who taught me this. She never has to worry about me biting her fingers. When she give me my morning pill treats, because they are so little, I take them with my tounge then pull into my mouth. I dont want to ever hurt mommy when she is feeding me yummies!
BARK! Sasha the princess

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Backyard chores

Just another day of supervising daddy in the yard

Making sure he doesnt miss any weeds.

Hmmm, think I need to look a little closer

I think you may have missed one, here let me get it.

Good job Daddy. I think you got them all!

Supervising is a hard job, but someone has to do it.
BARK! Sasha the princess