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This is Layla here reporting for Mum since she's busy making something that smells delish but won't share.  She keeps telling me that it's chocolate and it's bad for me.  Whatever.


I had a bit of a rough start, traveling in the car from Jersey made me feel sort of nauseated. I'm getting used to it here...I like Oliver okay, but he doesn't like to share.  We actually played for a little while today before he got all in my face.

It was scary the first time, but I am starting to like taking walks down our street. It's a little chilly for me.  Mum got me a little pink coat, but I don't really like it too much.  It IS warmer, but still, PINK?  Doesn't she read Cosmopolitan?  That color was out last decade.

I definitely like to give kisses and sit next to Mum while she works at the computer! She also gave me a delish treat when I peed and pooped outside. She was so estactic that it scared me. She needs to take it down a notch if you ask me. After all, it was Poop!

Best of all, I got a new bed. I keep going into it and sitting and rolling around, because....IT....IS....SO...COMFORTABLE.  I think it must be a Serta!

Check it out in the picture.

Like I said, it's super comfortable and my new Dad's favorite color.
I hear tomorrow we're supposed to go for a walk in some sort of park in the woods. What the heck is this walking jazz?  I was A-OK liven' in luxury WITHOUT a walk in the woods.  Oliver disagrees.  He said there is all sorts of super smells and excitement... Again, whatever....Men!

I'm not thrilled.  I hear it's supposed to snow which only means ICK on my toes. Oliver said if I act pitiful enough, she'd carry me. He said it worked for him lots of times! I think I'll take his word for it this time and see how it goes. I'm not sure I trust him just yet.

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JPScraps said…
Looks like you have a nice home Layla. :-)

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