Now I just love Mimi! She calls me her granddog and invites all the neighbors over to meet me. I help her do everything. I help her find stuff in the house. I help her when she is looking in her cabinets and closets. I help her when she is in the kitchen. I love to help her do things. Here I am helping her bring in the mail.
Are you sure we got all the mail? Maybe we should go back. You know I love to double check. I’m a great helper.
I’d love to help her with her shoes if she’d let me. She’s got great shoes!
Wow! Let me see those shoes.
Mimi, you sure have nice shoes!
Let me get a bite of those!
I’m just wondering about all these empty flower pots. Where have all the flowers gone?
Yep, something definitely should be growing in here!
When people meet me, they all pretty much come to the same general conclusion: beyond believing I’m just about the cutest pup they’ve ever seen, everyone seems to think I’m spoiled absolutely rotten.
Dutchess, hold my head while I think about that one.
I play tough. I’m growing strong! I’m the Big Boss, but don’t forget I’m still just a baby, and I like being treated like one from time to time.
Maybe Turkey can help me figure this thing out.
Well, get under here, Turkey, and give it a look.
Maybe we can see better from this angle. What do you think?
Turkey doesn’t know any better than I do. Let’s worry about it another day.
I’m not one to give in or give up. I’m determined to figure this out. Bulldogs are stubborn that way. So here I go–again.
Got it moving! Hot dog!
Stupid chair in the way!
Let’s go where I’ve got more room.
One end shouldn’t be up in the air like this, should it?
Once again, Dutchess is trying to get me to go here…
But as you can see from my stance, I will have none of it!
She says I’m nosy, but that’s not it. Doesn’t she understand I pretty much own the cul-de-sac and, therefore, am compelled to watch it?
Bring me a dream–or not. Either way, I’m good.
This is my serious look. Whatcha think?