Andrea of This Pug Life said, "She reminds me of that infamous cupcake dog in the first pic. :)"
I had forgotten about "that infamous cupcake dog," until I googled it and found this:
I'd planned to share a different cute video - of a baby elephant trying to wake a sleeping dog - but it's not on YouTube, and Blogger will only let me share videos that I have on my machine, or from YouTube. So... if you want to see a cute vid of a very persistent elephant and a VERY sleepy dog, click here.
So cute at the end when the elephant grabs the dog's feet with it's trunk! I do the same with Rita when I'm trying to get her up. (Well, except I gently tug at her feet with my hands, not my nose.)
And if you have time for one more video... stop by This Pug Life and find out what an unhappy pug sounds like. Wow. Hollywood should use these guys for the soundtrack for horror films! The screams! The weird noises!
One other non-video related thing...
Today I'm being interviewed on the Chick Lit Central blog. Melissa had some fun questions like, "What is the easiest thing about writing a dog as a character? Most challenging?"; "If you could choose one of your books to be turned into a movie, which would you pick and who would you cast in the lead roles?" and "Since you and your dog enjoy reading together, what is your dog's favorite book?" And... there's a giveaway you can enter to win a print or ecopy of Rescue Me, Maybe!
|The proof that Rita & I enjoy reading together...|
BTW... I'm trying out a new font. It looks HUGE in "compose" mode, but okay when I preview it. What do y'all think? Easier to read than the old smaller font?
Don't give your dog any cupcakes, and have a Happy Mirth Watch Thursday!