16 May 2010

This, That, and a couple of other things.

Well, the muzzer came back and rescued us, but not before we had a great time at the BBQ fest. Thanks to all our pals who came and enjoyed Beale Street with us...and to Miss Asta's sweet Mommi who traded the police chief here one of her paintings so we could be bailed out.

Nuff Said.

That Dr. Fellow at the boarding place apologies to all of you who tried to visit and couldn't. When muzzer was finished with him, he was apologizing all over the place. She told him what was wrong with his site, and offered to help him and the programmer make it better. They did something she called bartering, and since she offered to help, we didn't have to pay for half of our boarding fees, and we also didn't have to pay to fill in the tunnel that Miss Agatha dug to help us get out. Too bad Remington got stuck in there and we had to pull him out...without that, I don't think that wall would've collapsed.

Well, while we were languishing in the boarding place, Muzzer and Dad went to Richmond.

Here are some of the pictures they took at the campus.

But, there was one picture she brought back that made me think this was all gonna be OK:


Sunny,Scooter(sometimes Jamie) said...

Hey Gussie, We had an absolute blast with y'all on Beale St. I am glad you have a muzzer who is smart enough to barter ANYTHING computer. That's pretty cool. And while we like the very nice cultural pics and all, we too say Scoobydooo!!!!!Yeah! with cookies on it and everything!

Anonymous said...

OH! What a relief! I'm so very much glad that your muzzer finally came and bailed you outta prison! It's about time! And even though those pictures are pretty, I can't believe she would even think to take them. I mean, shouldn't she have been in some corner somewhere wracked with guilt or something?

Wiggles & Wags,

PeeS. My mom says I should cut your muzzer some slack cuz of the nice, thoughtful comment she left on my mom's postie. She says that she most definitely understands about terrierists having a hard time getting adopted cuz of their tendency not to like other doggies. And she says she's very much grateful that there are peoples like your muzzer out there in the world that can look past that to the dog underneath!

Asta said...

Gussie and Teka

That was soo much fun!!! hehehehe Aggie's tunnel was pawsome. and Beale St is a blast.
Mommi said anytime, hehehehe
the cam puss looks pawsome but the clock is the best!!!
Welcome home Muzzew

smoochie kisses

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Why khan't I get Boris The Spider out of my head?


Abby said...

Hi, Gussie...

Glad they bailed you guys out...I'm sure you were happy to get back home...

Love the clock...

Abby xxxooo

Remington said...

I am happy all is well with you now! Love the clock!

Ruby Bleu said...

I didn't know Scooby-Do lived in Richmond...you learn something new everyday! That campus sure looks purty...do you know what classes you will be taking yet ;)

Lots of Licks, Ruby

Mango the Maltese kiddo said...

I think the hooman statue in Richmond needs a pup company.
Oh, I love the clock, it looks like a pup holding a pizza, is my vision 20/20?
Love your word too, sad tale(tail) haha.
And Happy Belated Mother's Day to your great Mom, lets kick my mom's behind for being so behind blogging!

Penny and Patches said...

We're sure glad you finally got bailed out! The campus looks like a very pretty place. We, especially, like the clock!

Penny & Patches

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

Your Mom found Scooby doo??? Well, now for sure, you will be excited to move. We think we missed the BBQ - our humans had a horrendously busy family weekend and we spent our time sleeping AND it was all wet outside.

Woos - Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

TwoSpecialWires said...

Hey Gussie. We're expecting some reconciliation from Moma now that we've learned we missed the Beale Street Party in our absence (her absence.) That's twice now, in a month's time, that we've missed good BBQ in your neck of the woods.

Jake and Fergi