Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Now we're back home and Emmy seems to be pretty exhausted still this morning so I'm sure she'll sleep well. Her incision from surgery is healing very well and she is finally back to full activity now...yay! By the time the weekend rolled around she was mighty anxious to run around and play!
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Monday, May 19, 2008
The rest of the weekend we spent still out in the yard (complete mushroom checks were done on the yard first) enjoying the sun. Saturday we also had a birthday party for Bill's brother Bob, so there was a bunch of family over in the afternoon. Emmy certainly loved the attention! We played lots of fetch and ran around with everyone. On Sunday afternoon we headed back to Michigan to recuperate from the long weekend- Emmy was exhausted!
Today Emmy is off to PAWS to get "fixed". We dropped her off this morning and will pick her up later this afternoon. We're assuming she'll be pretty sleepy and lethargic for the next few days because of that now!
Sunday, May 11, 2008
Earlier that Day we met Jim & Trudi VanderPloeg and their PAWS Foster Puppies- Griffin (left) and Aspen (right)
Hanging out at the parade - (from left to right) Amy's mom, Emmy (nose is the only thing visible), Amy, and Amy's grandma
Friday, May 9, 2008
First on Thursday, we took Grandma for a tour around Hope's campus because she has never been to see where Bill and Amy went to college and now work. Emmy of course helped give the tour too and showed Grandma all of her stomping grounds! Then Thursday night we brought Emmy to check out the Dutch Dancing expo in Centennial Park (in downtown Holland). Dutch dancers from all of the local high schools circle the park (which is about 2 blocks long and 1 block wide) for a huge expo. We brought Emmy and she handled not only the crowds (and lots of other dogs) but also the dancing (those wooden shoes are quiet loud on the pavement) very well! Now she's EXHAUSTED! We'll keep you updated with more Tulip Time adventures (we're going to her first parade on Saturday)!