Sunday, November 30, 2008

"Plays Well With Others"

I missed Scout -- just a little -- while were were in Chicago. I heard she had a good time while we were gone, though.
I showed the little ones the videos of Scout. Here is a picture of me and the little boys in Chicago. The smallest one kept pointing at the computer and saying, "Doggie?" They wanted to see Scout over and over.

We picked her up tonight at the dog sitter. They had sixty people for a party on Friday evening and Scout did great! She hung out under the table and with all of the people who like dogs. Or so I heard.

As usual, there were several other dogs staying at the same time as Scout. There were dogs of all sizes, big and small. Scout especially got along with a yellow lab and a Shih Tzu.

It's nice to know that Scout does not discriminate on the basis of size. We must have raised her right, in at least one respect. She really does "play well with others."

10 comments:

dust bunny said...

In the eyes of this kindergarten teacher,the phrase, "plays well with others" is a huge accomplishment! :)

Presbyterian Gal said...

Yay Scout! And that is such a precious picture of you with the boys.

Barbara B. said...

Good for Scout! And I love that picture too!

FranIAm said...

Doggie!!! I love Scout. It is great to hear that you had fun, she had fun.

mompriest said...

sounds like a really nice time was had by all! my daughter is in the early months of puppy rearing, going through all the testing and bad behavior....sigh...it is really wonderful when the dogs (and kids) grow up and we can see the fruits of our labor!

DogBlogger said...

Cuteness all around!

Jennifer said...

No doubScout takes after his adopted mama, who plays well with others, too!

Purple said...

Isn't it just a great relief to know that when Scout cannot travel with you there is this place where waiting for Scout to come and visit.

Kievas said...

Good for Scout!

Ruth Hull Chatlien said...

I love the photo and the story of the little one saying "Doggie?"

And I'm glad to hear Scout did well.