Fireworks, Birthdays, Vacation… Oh my!

Weather, storms, sun, hot, humid…  Such is the month of July.

As with many people and puppies, we celebrated the Fourth of July.  Mommy and Daddy went to see the fireworks – Daddy loves them!  Ringo and I stayed home in a quiet, cool house.  We prefer it that way!The next day was Daddy’s birthday.  We love to celebrate that event as much as we can, so we had Birthday Fun Week!  We sang “Happy Birthday” many times and gave him many kisses.  Daddy and Mommy went out to eat a few times and had great fun with loved ones.So far this month, we have had a few nasty storms!  Lots of rain and wind… and then the heat and humidity!

Mommy and Daddy took a nice little vacation “up North” this year.  They hadn’t done that before, so it was a new experience for them!  While they were gone, Ringo and I went to Jennifer’s house.  We have such a good time there.  We play and take walks a lot.  I discovered something new and tasty to eat… Kleenex!  I heard it’s not good for me, so I can’t eat it any more.Mommy and Daddy had a wonderful time during their getaway.  They walked a lot, ate some delicious food, danced a little and spent one whole day on a boat!  The weather was almost perfect, just a bit of drizzle once and a storm one morning.  The day on the boat was nice and sunny!

While on vacation, Mommy and Daddy celebrated the seventh anniversary of their kidney transplant! In case you didn’t know, Daddy gave Mommy one of his kidneys.We have had to limit our play time outside this week.  It has been too hot and humid to be outside for very long.  It’s kind of a bummer because I love to play Frisbee, but it is very dangerous for dogs to be out in this extreme heat.  Dogs don’t sweat, so we can get sick very easily.  Make sure your furry friends have a cool place to hang and lots of water to drink!

Rudy’s Little World has had a few sales and Mommy will be speaking to a group of nurses in two weeks.

We hope you are enjoying your summer as much as we are!  In Minnesota, summers are short… much like this final paragraph!

Love,
Boomer the Mellow Yellow Lab