Thursday, 24 October 2013

It wasn't me... it was him!

It's now been almost 4 weeks since Trouble  Ollie, my baby brother came home and I have not been able to give him away. Apparently he costs more than a 60 cents stamp to post anyway.

It's becoming obvious that he is here to stay, so being the positive pup I am, I have decided that there are advantages to putting up with him having him around.


I'm always the first up the stairs!
 

It's not me ruining the photos with a silly face
It wasn't me kicking mulch everywhere



I have someone looking out for Mum while I'm sniffing out wallaby poo


 
  Ollie! You shouldn't de stuff toys!!


If only Mum hadn't seen the first pic that Dad took... I have no idea how that fluff got on my paw..







Mum! Someone emptied the toy box!



 
There's someone else to take the attention away from MY ears
 
 
 
 
After bath time crazy zoomies are much more fun with someone else
 
 
 
It's actually not that bad having someone to cuddle up to when Mum and Dad aren't around.....
 
 
 
All in all, having a brother isn't that bad I guess. Especially if he keeps doing all the things I'm not supposed to do.

Saturday, 12 October 2013

Brother for Sale.... Free Postage


Anyone interested in a brother? I have one for sale and will pay for the postage myself with this stamp.


Let me tell you about him.

His name is Oliver or Olly. He already knows his name and will come running when called

He will also come running when not called

He enjoys testing out beds for comfort and will also share your clothes. By share I mean wear. (It's my Barry Hall top... I don't care if it no longer fits me!)


He will make sure you are safe in the car by holding on to your collar even when the car is still


He loves going to work and gives new meaning to sleeping on the job


He gives good Shitzu massages by walking all over your back


 He likes unpacking toys and will also scatter them all over the house, changing the d├ęcor of your home

If you need to stay awake, you can count on Olly to help you. Too bad if you don't


 He will be your shadow and has no concept of personal space. Perfect for those who dislike privacy


He falls asleep watching TV so you can watch what you want

 
When you're having a self conscious day, he will make you look as huge as you feel


I have been an only child for 2 years so it has been a shock to suddenly gain a brother. I am also most appalled to learn that our birthdays are exactly 2 years and 2 days apart. I hope Mum knows better than to start thinking about "combined" parties!!! 



Actually, to be honest he can be heaps of fun and it's kinda nice being a big sister and having someone look up to me... I might keep him for a bit longer...