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Thursday, Thursday.

I spent most of the week with Laurence at Dynamic Digital Advertising. There was an all-day video shoot yesterday complete with an actor and visiting clients. Man it took a lot not to fidget. But I’m good at being quiet. I love it when everyone pets me and tells me how good I am. Plus Elizabeth brought me bones. The first two were flat, was not crazy about those. But the next day I got a dog size power bone, and then another one today. My jaw hurts, but really enjoyed chomping on them. It’s been great hanging out at DDA this week. I know I’m part of the crew. See you next week.

PS. I still have not found a girl dog I want to hang out with. Got to play with some puppies last weekend though.  

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Entry by: elizabeth

Just keep swimming, just keep swimming…

Yesterday was really hot. Erin and Laurence sat there in our hot living room deciding what to do, watching me pant furiously. I tried dropping big hints by whining and pacing lots, which usually gets us out the door and on the way to the park. Not able to take my panting much longer, they finally got off their lazy bums and we headed out the door, yes! They said something about taking me to Fairmount Park for my first swim of the summer, cool. I was kind of tired already from all the whining and pacing, not to mention the sweltering ride but once there, we walked through the cooler forest, down to the water. It took a bit of time to find an available stretch of the Wissahickon river that wasn’t being used by fishermen or kids cooling off from the hot heat, not that I wouldn’t mind splashing with them. I couldn’t help myself, they let me off the leash and I tore off down the hill, jumped down a rocky ledge and went straight into the water. We found a great little spot with deep pools, a little rapid and most importantly, lots of sticks! Man, I was so excited, I forgot how scared I was last year of the deeper water and just went swimming around all over the place; in the deep pools, across to the other side, in the rapids, against the current, it was awesome! Hopefully each time we go to the park they will let me swim.

Today, Laurence asked me if I thought swimming was like motion design, which he is writing about today. I thought, well, if you’re so excited about getting into it and once you’re in you can’t stop having fun, then yes, motion design is a bit like swimming.

just keep swimming

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Entry by: laurence

Good To Be Back

Last week I missed my humans…they were away in Mexico. One day, if I find a canine friend, I might just want to try such an adventure! It would be fun to run away, with another dog, of course. I would be in charge. But that is in the future. Today, I was happy to get in the car and ride all the way to work. Everyone said they missed me, and I got to charge up and down the stairs, one of my favorite things. Elizabeth says the landscapers are making sure there is no poison ivy in the backyard before they put up my cable run. I’m not sure how I’m going to feel about not being able to really chase a squirrel. But it will mean outdoor time and that sounds great. Meantime, I’m happy we are back to our routine. Coming to work, going to meetings, wondering which of the staff’s sandwiches I can share. Ah, it is good to be back.  

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Entry by: elizabeth

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