Thursday, August 6, 2009

Meet my other brother and my sister

Y’all thought I just had two brothers, didn’t you. Spud and Hoppy. Well, I actually have three brothers. One of them is a human brother. His name is Brian. He and his wife, Kim, came to visit me the other day. I really, really, REALLY like Brian because he plays with me…throws balls for me and is cool. Here is Brian with our mom.

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Don’t they look just alike! And not only that, but they act a lot alike. Kim is always saying how much alike they are. (Kim and Brian have been married for five years.) Brian and Kim live in a town called Suwanee. It’s about 40 miles from us.

Brian and Kim have a Boxer named Heidi. I really like Heidi also, but sometimes when we are together, I get a little rough for Heidi. We Labs like to run and retrieve and play rough. But Heidi likes to play nicely with her toys. I don’t care I still love Heidi.

This is Heidi, Spud, and me back on Easter of 2008. Brian was playing with us.

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This is back when we all went to Bark in the Park at an Atlanta Braves game. Brian and Kim and Heidi went with us. Here are Brian and Kim with Heidi sitting on Brian’s lap.

When Brian and Kim left to go back home the other day, I overheard him talking to my mom and saying that they would be back soon and we would all go to the park to play. COOL! YIPPEE!

Now, I want you to meet my sister, Bonny. She lives in New York City, so I don’t get to see her very often. Neither does my mom, and that sometimes makes her sad. Bonny has lived up in NYC for nine years. My mom still hopes that one day she will move back down here, but I’m not sure when or if that will happen.

Last week, my mom went up to visit Bonny. It made her very happy to see Bonny again. It had been a year since they had seen each other. Here’s a photo that they took of themselves up on Bonny’s apartment building overlooking the river and the city. (Bonny lives in New Jersey right on the river.)

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Bonny is really cool, too. She likes to play with me also, especially when I was a little puppy. I remember when my mom and dad brought me home, it was December. I was just a little 8-9 week old puppy. Bonny came home that year (2006) for Christmas, and she played and played and played with me. I loved her to death and didn’t like it when she went back to New York. This is Bonny with me that Christmas.

Maybe one day Bonny will move back down here closer to us. I hope so. So does my mom.

Well, that’s my human brother and sister. Now you know my whole pack!

See you on the dock,

Sally, the Captain of Team 3 Dawg Flite

Proud member of Dixie Dock Dogs

6 comments:

barb said...

What a nice family you have! And yes, your human brother does look just like your mother. I hope he never wears a dress so people don't get them confused. lol

Thank you for posting about them.

Martha Basset said...

How lovely to meet the human side of your family! Well of course Heidi is a dog like us!
We can see the family resemblance in the photo.
Looks like you all had fun together.
love and kisses
Martha & Bailey xxx

Chester said...

Nice to meet your siblings, Sally! They look very nice and happy too. But then they are dog lovers so we would expect no less. Heidi sure is a pretty boxer!
Too bad you don't see each other more often. But that's what you, Spud and Hoppy are for-to keep your folks from getting sad about missing their 2 legger kids.

Ms. ~K said...

Well Howdy Neighbors,
We live in White Co...
We just returned from a few days on Lake Hartwell!
Love your blog and congrats on the great news video...I've always loved to watch dock diving.
We're adding you to our faves!
Kit and Crew

PTdogger said...

hey sally you need to get heidi dock diving with you. i bet there aren't many boxers in dock diving.

ericrusso92 said...

Nice family! You seem to find a good brother in Brian. Yeah, you are right, Brian and your Mom do look just alike. Hey guys, hope you could help these dogs out, have fun, and compete against your friends to earn points and feed more dogs with Save a Dog: http://apps.facebook.com/save-a-dog/