Tom: I think that everyone at the Poupounette is exhausted from all the happenings of the past week, but we are all happy! Little Genji is still a little scared of me but he is coming closer each day. I am feeling just fine and had a couple of great outings with #1. The first one yielded an extremely yummy beef rib bone:
And on the second one, I made a very cute new friend!
I am back to galloping over the fields although #1 is still holding back from the Frisbee and tennis ball. I finish my course of anti-inflammatories tomorrow and we will see how I do once I'm off the meds.
Vidock mentioned that he's now sharing a field with his other brother Tom, and #1 managed to snag this "Double Tom" shot!!!
Bibi-Chan: #1 keeps telling me that I am the best Bibi ever because I am being such a good big brother! The little squirt is pretty spunky and funny and I am enjoying him! We have started to play a little already. And I continue to keep a close eye on him!
I haven't really had time to do much else. It's hard work being a full-time brother!
Gen-Chan: Hi everyone. I have to tell you that life is GENJI-GOOD!!!!! I love my family! My big brother is the coolest ever. Mama-Tama is a little bit scary but I think she secretly really likes me, and Auntie Sei-Chan has the sweetest face! The big woofie still scares me a little, though.
I have been exploring the rest of the floor where my quarters are located, and this morning, I made a fabulous discovery!
They have an all-you-can-eat buffet here!!!
I am still spending most of my time playing:
And #1 says I have to devote a lot of energy to growing!
Vidock: #1 tells me we are now into countdown mode. Why, you may ask? Well, next Monday, I am going to be shown for the first time! The farrier is coming today to trim my hooves and put shoes on the front ones. Then tomorrow, #1 and Ms. S will do the initial "heavy grooming" to get the muck off me and check me out totally. Then, Ms. S will work with me to make sure I behave like a gentlecolt on the day.
#1 and Mr. E worked to prepare the wools for my braids last week. Do you like the colours?
As you know, I am now sharing a field with my big (BIG!) brother Tom de Prainville. He will also be coming along next Monday so I will have moral support! He and I get along pretty well:
And #1 says I look pretty good next to him, even though I am two whole years younger and far from being fully developed yet. Tom is my role model. Can you believe that his seed (frozen) will shortly be on its way to Australia?!
Still.. I have to be a teenager sometimes....
Have a great week, everyone!