As long as the rain isn't falling, Saga is truly in her element here!
She seems to love it here. We go for walks. She now owns half the real estate along the Portsmouth road, the Long Ditton common, Bushy Park, lots of houses in West Molesey, the whole of Terry and Angie's back garden, and Hampton Court Palace. (She must own them, she's peed on them… isn't that how dogs take ownership of real estate?)
As I write this, Saga is laying outside in her favorite spot (by the cypress tree at the bottom of the garden) in the early morning sun. It hasn't rained for a couple days so the lawn is nice and dry and she loves lying out there.
She also loves getting in the trailer and going over to the pub. Not only will daddy take her out to the big park with all the animals and interesting smells, but there are people there that have food and it is eat, eat, eat! As much as she can beg!
And so what if her daddy goes away occasionally, she gets to stay at her other house, the one with the foxes in the garden and the interesting piles of stuff in the next garden over. The one she shares with Angie and Terry. The one with the lovely table that she is allowed to lie on in the sun! Ah! Bliss!
But, looking out into the garden, Saga is starting to stir and I need to get into the office so I had best wrap this up and get into the office.
Wherever you are today, I wish you a comfy place in the sun in which to lie!
Don Bergquist - 02 May 2007 - Thames Ditton, Surrey, UK