Max got a haircut and of course we chronicled the event as if it were Pope Francis bringing peace to the Holy Land. Kim and Kanye should have been so lucky. Max gets excited when he hears the magic words "go out" but later is less than pleased when he realizes the trip is to... Continue Reading →
Prince Charming's human sent me a note advising that the Dogfather was not deaf. Like me, his age is causing a gradual drop in aural acuity. Like me, there may be a certain selectivity regarding who and what we hear and when. Dinner call - yes, I can hear you! Instructions to act our age and... Continue Reading →
Here are a couple more of Max's fine friends, partners in canine crime within the K Streets: This is Jaquine. I'm not sure about the spelling of his name. It's pronounced "Wa-keen." He (yes, it's a boy dog) is a two year old Shih Tzu. I asked his human companion about the unusual name and he... Continue Reading →
The Canton Chinese Restaurant has a special sale on crispy chicken. Max and I went to check it out but the flashbacks were too intense. So we went over to the nice Korean restaurant Yakiniku Don Day. The logo is a cute little piggy with the biggest smile. That's seems incongruous since yakiniku means "grilled meat". Don't... Continue Reading →
For a change of pace I thought I’d re-blog a touching post taken from the “…on pets and prisoners…” blog by loisajay.
This is not shaping up to be my week. On Sunday I tried to be heroic and only succeeded in humiliating myself in front of Uncle Fish and the security staff at the Pagoda Hotel. Now I find I am again in the maison de chien despite the best of intentions. Oh, baby. It started when I... Continue Reading →
“Security!” she shrieked. “Somebody call Security!” Max and I were walking down Kaheka Street next to the old Pagoda Terrace, a building in transition from budget hotel to budget condo development. The street was largely empty on this early Sunday morning and quiet save for the hum emanating from the Pagoda’s ancient window air conditioners... Continue Reading →