If you were having a wedding, wouldn't you want two adorable wire fox terriers to share in the celebration?
Sharing sand fron the beach in a Unity Ceremony.
___________________________In case any of our new friends noticed we haven't had much to say since July 4th. Here's why: Mom and Dogdad took us to Dr. Dan's Animal Clinic (aka Camp) on the 5th so they could drive across the state to our human brother's wedding at a beautiful park in Sarasota, the Philippi Estate, over the weekend.
We wanted to go, we really did, but it wasn't to be. Nevertheless, we did have a good time doing what we like to do best: bark our heads off with the 20 plus other dogs who were at Dr. D.'s while their own humans were away over the long weekend. (So many dogs were getting picked up this morning, we had to stand in line for our baths!!)
But we're back now, and got to see some of the pictures the folks took of the wedding on 7.7.7. The highlights:
No rain, even though it had rained every day straight for the last few weeks.
A breeze so no one fainted in the 90 plus temperature.
Live music because the groom is a college band director with lots of friends who came to play - trumpets outside, then "big band" inside the mansion after the ceremony.
Musicians arriving to set up and practice. Later an awesome "big band" sound!
One of two cakes.
Lots of relatives: Three sets of grandparents. Four sets of parents. Many sisters. Aunts and uncles from St. Louis.
Lots of friends, musicians, and students.
With all those folks, how could anyone have minded that two fun-loving WFTs like me and my brother were celebrating too?
But never mind,we're home now, and about to do what we always do when we come home from "animal camp": snooze for three days to recover from all the excitement -- the barking, the late hours playing poker, the fun with the people there who have known me since I was a 4-month old puppy and love to play with us.
Hope everybody is staying cool!