Saturday, April 16, 2011

Hooray!


This is a very noble and terrifying beast


who sits with his friend outside the public library. I would like to be like him.


Mum says I look more like this guy that she saw in a shop window.


This is me with Peek-a-Boo and Georgie.


 This is Georgie.


Two really good things happened yesterday. My friend Gander, 
that I have not seen for a long time, was at the park. I was glad to see him.


And they turned the water on!
All the winter it had been off. 
Now I can get wet as much as I want. 
This was a good day.

I hope you are having fun too.

love
from
Buster

12 comments:

  1. Why aren't my important comments appearing
    Buster
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  2. You look very noble to me Buster. Enjoy your hose!!

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  3. I've seen many pictures of those lions. It's fun to know that you can visit them and take lessons on being noble and terrifying. I can tell by your smile that you like the water.

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  4. What a day Buster!
    I would like to buy that dog from the shopwindow :)

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  5. you have the heart of a noble beast

    it's always a good day when they turn the water on!!

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  6. Sure you and your friends had a great time!
    With water included!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  7. Hey there Buster! Good that you can have all the fun you want in the water.
    Chic Modern Vintage

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  8. Ozzy The Poodle In Penna.April 18, 2011 at 4:25 AM

    My mum wants to give all your cute, fuzzy and handsome friends (and you) a bug hug (before you go play in the water)... We just love your blog!

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  9. So glad that it is water season again! I know you will have lots of fun with your friends and the water!

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  10. Buster,

    Do you aspire to patience or fortitude? Or does it depend on the day?

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  11. dear buster , give me back my $1.00

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  12. What a great day!

    I love to think about the Noble beast and then think about Peak-a-Boo. I wonder what it's like to be called Peek-a-Boo?

    I'd stick with Buster.

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