Our Dogdad has lots of work right now and has been spending long evenings with his lap top at the end of the dining room table. Just so he doesn't feel too lonely, we like to position ourselves right under the table to keep him company. We're sure it enhances the quality of his reports and presentations!! He can rest his right foot on my butt, if he wishes!!We think he appreciates it. And pretty soon he'll stop and take us for our bedtime run on the golf course -- which we will certainly appreciate. Jake and Just Harry
Woof. Hello Pals and All the Ships at Sea. Just Harry here. My weatherdog brother, Jake, is snoozing now that the ABC's that threatened us as the start of the hurry cane season seem to have moved on:
Ana has fizzled after dropping lots of rain. We're told she'll still send a bit of stormy stuff our way as she moves on. but nothing to worry about.
Claudette, after providing Apalachicola and other parts of our Panhandle with a lot of wind and rain, decided to troll on up into Tennessee and beyond. Hope she's not messing with our Mayemphis pals.
And Big Bad Bill seems to be taking his scary bluster into open waters -- although Bermuda might be in his way.
All in all, this first run-up with the ABCs of the hurry cane season served just as a wake-up call -- or so our Meet Eeyore guys keep telling us..
So, while our weatherdog snoozes, I am wide awake!!! And turning my attenion back to what I do next best -- barking at nothing !! And, of course, helping our folks root for the Redbirds -- and the Great Albert!!! We love him.
Rut roh: after a quiet June and July, we are looking at a series of tropical waves, depressions (Ana), and potential hurry canes (Bill) in the Atlantic. Nobody knows for sure where they're all headed -- except for a storm named Claudette on the Gulf Coast -- but we like to be prepared.
Mom and Dogdad rely on me to keep them updated and make sure we have enough kibble in the house for any eventuality -- so here I am back on the job
Jake the Weatherdog reporting from his post in South Florida.
Charlie, one of the co-founders of the Dogs with Blogs family, left his own family suddenly last night. Everyone who's heard the news is heartbroken by his departure. He was a special cyberpal. He fought through serious illnesses and he shared his unique thoughts about having a pacemaker to keep his ticker ticking.
We will miss his romps and his playful tussles with Opy, the Gruff Puppy.
Greg, Brooke, Opy -- we have no words to adequately express our sadness for you and, by extension, the DWB.
Jake: Born in Joplin, Missouri (a puppy mill for sure), shipped to South Florida to a pet store, found by Mom and Dad in March 2002 -- a lucky, lucky dog. I had to leave for the Rainbow Bridge on September 18, 2013, but my brother, JH, is trying his best to keep our musings musing!
JH: Mysterious puppyhood, turned into a kill shelter after Florida's Katrina, rescued by Lyn Townsend of Orlando, and adopted by Mom and Dad in September 2005 - a lucky, lucky, lucky dog too, except I miss the Jakester.