First I want to say Happy Birthday to me. I finally turned Four! I’m a big girl now. Age wise, not body size, you guys. An adult dog, with years of experience.
I also want to say Happy Birthday to one of my Daddy’s too. He celebrated it several days before me. From what I heard, he had a good time with my other Daddy and his friends.
I wanted to update you guys that I will be moving from Emeryville. Yes, very sad about this. This city has been my home for the last several months, and I have become accustomed to it. We will be moving to a new gentrified part in West Oakland. I haven’t been to the place, but I am sure it is nice. My Daddy’s would not have decided on it, if it didn’t have a nice community to live in.
As we prepare for our leave, I wanted to post another photo of me as I enjoy my walk in Emeryville. Who knows, maybe you will still see me. West Oakland isn’t that far away. Plus my Daddy’s loves Wally’s Cafe too much.
Hello. This is usually our little Manju’s blog, but I have to interupt.
Not only was the loss of Manju a disturbing time for the family, but an emotional one. Her selfish action could not heal the sadness the family felt during this time of loss. We all hoped the best for her return, yet, also accepted that she may not return.
What joy and happiness it was to us when the Emeryville Police knocked out our door and asked if we were missing a shiba inu. And when we opened the police car, there she was. Like a juvenile delinquent in the back seat, waiting to go home.
I hope that this experience will teach our little Manju that what she did, though fun for herself, hurt the entire family. And that if she were to do it again, the entire family will be devastated. She was lucky that the cops found her and not a strange person who may want to do odd things to little dogs.
Thank you everyone for your support and good wishes.
August 29, 2012….1AM PST. I did the unthinkable. I sneaked away from one of my Daddy’s. I just slipped out of my collar and ran as fast as I could. He tried to chase me, but I was too fast. I wasn’t doing this in spite or meanness. I just wanted to see if I could do it.
What an adventure I had. I ran to target with Daddy trying to race after me. I felt bad as he could not catch up with me. But that was also the fun. Then came the loneliness. With all this excitement, I forgot how to go home. I started walking the streets. Hunger came and I started to eat what I smelt was good. Before I knew it, it was daytime and….
It’s been awhile since I wrote here. But I am trying to get back into swing with it. I have been helping one of my Daddy’s with family business. Yes, it has been very busy and stressful for me due to this. I am trying to be the emotional support for the family and I think it is working and helping.
Other than that, I’m addicted watching the Softbank commercials. It features a mixed Japanese family, with a creme color Shiba Inu as the father. It is very amusing and funny. Here is a link to one of the commercials: http://preview.tinyurl.com/cj74tr Just darn brilliant…and the male shiba is quite attractive too. Wouldn’t mind him being my Daddy!!!!
Say “Hi” if you see me walking. Here is a picture of me and my fave gal pal!
What a great evening in Emeryville. The city of Emeryville held a free concert and dance down the street where I live. It featured a great band Motordude Zydeco. People were dancing and enjoying themselves. There was also … Continue reading →
Another Sunday, another walk. This time I dragged daddy Kenson to Leapfrog. Yes, the cool company that develops educational toys for kids…and dogs too.. Hey, I am a smart doggie. Leapfrog makes really cool products. Smart toys = smart dogs!
Recently, daddy Kenson graduated from the National Holistic Institute. He is now able to massage in the state of California. I am so happy for him. Though I couldn’t go to the graduation, no dogs allowed. What’s up with that? I was still able to help celebrate the special day with him. I helped my daddy Marc buy the Micronesian Ginger Lei with Lantern Ilima. Flown fresh and overnight from Hawaii. Special thanks goes to their good friend Wayne in arranging the transfer.
The only sad part was that I forgot to take a picture of the beautiful lei. Maybe one of their friends may have a pic. Anyways, here I am outside NHI, waiting to join them after the ceremony.