Mom’s been pretty busy the past few weeks with a mountain of copywriting work that never seemed to get any smaller. Subsequently, that meant the amount of attention I got was limited to helping her out in the barn and some pretty short periods of fetch in the apartment.
It was so boring.
Finally, she finished the last page on Sunday night and despite the fact that it was still a little on the warm side, we decided to go for a walk. Something might have been said about me being a bit pesty, but I don’t know where the idea came from, just because I walked across her computer keyboard, once … or seven times.
The plan was to do a lap around the park, when we passed the school at the entrance to the park, there weren’t any kids about, so we decided it was a good time to make use of the equipment.
I’ll be honest, I was a little scared at first. I’m not particularly crazy about new things, but after a few minutes I adjusted. I even got brave and checked out the slide.
And slid down it with mom.
And later slid/walked down by myself.
Since it was to hot to spend much more time playing on the equipment, we resumed our walk which included a quick stop at the pond where I took a quick dip to cool off before heading home.
It wasn’t exactly the marathon walks I really love, still it was nice to get off the farm for a few hours.
Ta for now,
Anya, the Farm Chiweenie