Yesterday was Lexi’s birthday and she turned 2. In one way, it feels like she has been with us forever, and yet, some days i feel like we just got her not long ago.
So in doggy years, she is considered an adult dog now, no more puppy. Generally, she is very good and such a sweetie. Just sometimes she digs her heels in and doesn’t do what you tell her to, usually when i call her to come and she has decided that it’s not worth the effort… they do say Schnauzers are hardheads (from the German expression ‘hartkopf’).
She still loves to play tug and chase but has mellowed with regards to chasing cats and birds (it does not mean she does not chase them, it just means if i am quick enough to tell her to leave them alone, she does), and she does more willingly leave other dogs alone when they don’t want to play with her.
For her birthday, we bought her a doggy pool (made of special plastic which can withstand the claws of a dog) and some lovely canned food and a new chew snack. i baked her a doggy birthday cake, #crazyforcrust, which she loves.
I continue with exploring poetry, here’s my little Father’s Day Poem for my Dad.
Roland, that is his name Only he a father i will ever need Laughter flows as does his corny jokes Accepting everyone as they are does he Never gives up, always tries he does Delicious pork chops his signature dish
My dearest Papa, Thank You You are the best Daddy a girl can ever want
Fun-loving and generous with his time and talents Always seeking the silver lining in life Tender-hearted yet strong he is always Hardworking, giving his best each and every time Encouragements he gives always lifts me up Repay him for his devoted love ever try I will
Thank you Daddy for everything you have done for us. Happy Father’s Day!
i recently attended a webinar on poetry so i thought i try my hand at writing a poem for my mum on mother’s day.
Daisy, her name that is Always there for us is she In ups and downs, her constant love, on it we depend Steadfast, always ready to catch us she is You ask who is this she
My dearest mother she is You see the very best is she
Makes wonderfully yummy food she does Organised, at home and at work, always is she Thankful for the many things i learned from her i am Humble; always putting others before self is she Ever ready to keep trying; tenacious she is Repay her for years of dedicated care, forever try i will
Thank you, Mummy, for everything!
Words are not enough.