To try and make up for how lazy Cricket and I are with this blog, have a video. Everyone knows corgis have these random bouts of energy (otherwise known as frapping. Y’know, Frantic Random Acts of Play) and Cricket is no exception. So here he is, getting his main source of exercise besides his nightly walks.
awalkonthewritersblock asked: i love cricket's expressions. each one is a masterpiece in their own right.
mustlikedogs asked: This is too weird... my corgi's name is Cricket also... haha
When I first found out there was a baby on the way, via my sister, my only concern was the dogs. What if my dogs don’t like babies, what if they try to eat her and my dad kills them, what if the baby is so allergic she dies, what if… But now that the baby has been here for 3 months it’s safe to say, He’ll go as far as to look, but won’t touch. I heard a woman...
Cricket Corgi would like to apologize for his sudden absence, he’s a bit ashamed of having to start his new diet. However, as a result of such circumstances… It was off to the park today! As large as our yard is, there’s nothing quite like running through park grass, full of smells that you can’t get at home. Cricket would like to mention that he is a big boy, and sits...
Cricket often feels this sense of being left out, you know, those times when the conversation moves away from him, or when we leave and he resides to his crate, or when we somehow always forget to leave him a spot at the dinner table. But Cricket is very much loved, I mean, he has his own blog for crying out loud. But he lazes around, as corgis will do, until someone finally pays attention to...
This is the most recent picture of the dog, whom you know as Cricket, taken on his 2nd birthday (May 5th) He welcomes you personally to follow this blog, and I always chip in my hopes that you will. You won’t regret it.