Tuesday, April 28, 2009

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Last Sunday was a lazy day, even for Theo, my usual early riser.  It was the first day in I don't know how long that I turned off my alarm and let myself sleep as late as Theo let me.  To my surprise, it was until past 8:00am!  It felt soooo nice.  Theo needed the extra sleep time too, I think.  He had been very lethargic in the mornings the last few weeks.  Not in a "OMG, what's wrong with him!?" way, but in a "we've been uber-busy!" way.  The sleep obviously did him good because he was crazy energetic when he emerged from his crate Sunday morning.  It was hilarious!

The first thing he went for was my head.  Of course, he couldn't reach it, so I obliged him by laying down on the floor. Then the barrage began!  He did the putting his chin on my shoulder thing (which I love love love because it is sort of, kind of, not really snugly behavior!), he tried to pull my hair tie out, he nipped my ears (in the completely gentle, playful way), and of course, there was oodles of adorable play-growling.  I was eating it up!  We didn't end up going on our run until almost 9am because I didn't know how to end the play session.  It was so much fun! You know what really drives him crazy?  Blowing on his face when he's trying to own me.  Gets him riled up every time.


a corgi said...

sounds like a fun morning!! I'm amazed he slept in that long! Koda has an internal time clock and he's up at 5 a.m. on the weekends but thankfully settles for a bit to let us sleep in a little

have a great Wednesday


Kelly said...

Gibson hates when I blow on his face too! He always looks around like, "Where did that wind come from?!"

Cathy Santarsiero, "The Christmas Corgi" said...

Why is it that dogs hate it when you blow in their face but you see so many dogs with their heads out of the car windows happily sucking in the breeze? LOL.

Ivy@PaperElixir said...

OMG, it's funny reading that everyone's dog also hate being blown at in their face! So does Bryson! He would totally freak out but then he'd come back and want hubby to do it again, ha ha!

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