I want to tell you about school last night. All our friends were there and the training went well. Then the teacher said that next week is our last week and I felt sad.
"I'll miss all my new friends," I said.
Teacher said she knew I would and she felt bad but it would be time for graduation "if you pass the test".
"What?" I asked as my head snapped around in disbelief, "a test"?
She explained that we will be tested on our training. Now I have learned lots of stuff and when I am not at school (where there are so many distractions), I'm pretty good at showing off my stuff. But part of the test will be on our loose leash training. Oh, there's gonna be trouble with this one! I do a fair job until I get to school, then I am so crazy excited all I do is pull the leash!
The other thing I want to tell you is that so far we have 15 athletes registered for our Marathon Chewing event. When I told Stanley he said, "What . . . 15, that's amazing!"
Yes, it's true. We think that is a very good start. To see who is registered all you have to do is click on the link on the sidebar. Mom is helping me with this and we are trying very hard to not make any mistakes.
So far we think we're OK. But sometimes mom's brain goes funny and I worry about her. She is very old you know. I think she might be 117 or maybe even older. But I keep a close eye on her to make sure she doesn't get confused too much.
The last thing I wanted to mention is kind of a touchy subject. Stanley and I have been talking about it and we decided the only way to bring it to everyone's attention is if we are unified, so we are saying this together.
|"Ready to say it brother?"|
We have been trying to stay up with everyone's blogs and to leave comments when we stop by. But some blogs still have that nasty word verification turned on. Yesterday we tried 3 times to enter the word verification thingie and it kept saying we were wrong and accusing us of being robots!
"We are NOT robots - we are Goldendoodles!" we barked into the computer.
But it would not listen and we finally had to give up. So we decided that on blogs that have word verification turned on we will no longer leave comments. We feel bad about this but when you try to read as many as we do, it's really hard. So please, don't be offended if you fall in this catagory. We hope you'll consider changing over to moderating comments (they won't print until you OK them). That would make it easy AND you would not have to worry about spammers or graffiti artists!
Murphy & Stanley