Friday, November 21, 2014

Every Blade

The grass is old enough for Daisy to play on now.  She had to check out the changes from behind the safety of the pink plant.
It was a little scary, so she avoided eye contact and walked around the new lawn.
Not even going a little peek.
After TEN minutes, she put her two feet on it.
Then, Daisy proceeded to sniff EVERY blade of grass.
She took a little break to watch a woodpecker.
Daisy went back to sniffing...
...and christening the new lawn.






14 comments:

  1. Well... a pup has to leave her mark, ya know???

    Cute photos!

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  2. It was her seal of approval! Nice grass!
    Licks,
    Marley

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  3. Dat grass looks perfect for rollin in!

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  4. WeyHey Daisy, now you've christened it that grass is yours !!!
    Enjoy !!!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  5. Daisy, make sure you mark the same spot every time so a big brown spot will form in the grass. Our ghostwriter finally had to put pavers down on those spots because the grass refused to grow there anymore.

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  6. Well...you do know a girl has to be careful...and check things out before accepting them in her life....

    The Mad Scots

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  7. Hey Daisy!
    Wow, congrats on your new yard! I bet it's soft and cushy and perfect for snuffling and peeing. BOL
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Police Commish

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  8. Enjoy your grass and be sure to roll in it cause that feels pawesome.

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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  9. I agree with Sully....you have to roll in it! That is my favorite thing to do!

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  10. Our dogs would be so jealous of the beautiful green carpet that's now all yours to do what you want! How long till you get to dig a hole? ;-)!!

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  11. Daisy what a beautiful patio you have! And a safe place for you to ponder life!
    Enjoy sweet friend
    Hugs
    Madi your bfff

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