Hooray, it’s the weekend! A hot sunny summer day cries out for a pool party. First step, you have to fill the pool.
It’s so hard to wait. Feels like it takes fur-ever. Daisy spends some time napping in preparation. Diana waits impatiently by the door.
Finally, the pool is filled and the fun begins!
Diana is always eager to hone her attack skills. She fights on, undeterred by water up her nose or the threat of soggy ears. She is determined to come out on top. Perhaps Darling Diana needs a sprinkler?
Daisy would never be so undignified. Little siblings act like lunatics sometimes. Inside the house, Mr Snowy snorts in agreement.
Daisy waits patiently for Diana to leave the pool area. Will it ever be her turn?
If this pool had any salmon swimming about, Daisy would be ready to scoop them up. Daisy is always prepared to go fishing. Or eat fish. Either way.
Diana wonders, “What’s this about Salmon?” Never mind Diana, you had your pool time already.
In only six or eight short hours, Daisy will be dry again. Until then she will happily rock her new ‘do. Even majestic beasties like to get a little wild.
After lots of fun playing and splashing in the pool, it’s time for Diana to go roll in the dirt. What, what was that last bit?
Diana is thrilled. She is now a Wet Dirty Wild Beastie. Just the way she likes it.
Sunday afternoons are just meant for nap time, especially when you live with two lazy sleepy Newfies. Newfies are not the most high energy dogs on the planet. They tend to move at a slightly slower speed.
Diana’s pillow reads “Whatever you are, be a good one.” She takes this to heart. She wants to be the best napper she possibly can. She likes a pillow to lay her head on, and preferably someone to rub her paws as she falls asleep. She’s a bit of a princess sometimes.
If Diana is the princess, Daisy truly is the Nap Queen.
For Daisy, nap time is sacred and she has been known to get a little grumbly with anyone who interrupts her afternoon nap. She’s not really mad at you, but she would like you to go away and come back later.
Daisy prefers cozy places to sleep. She wouldn’t say no to being tucked in with a bit of blanket. Daisy likes to hide herself away under the table or under the piano, anywhere she can get a bit of privacy.
These days, peace and quiet can be hard to find!
Some days, Daisy and Diana sleep best when they are wrapped up in a puppy pile.