Oh hai there! What’s the happyhaps, peeps? It’s your favorite (don’t worry, I won’t tell Harry) pup Daxter here! I’m taking a tip from my blog dog (er, and cat) pals Murphy and Cody, and reporting for blogging duty to give mom a break after the FIVE miles that she covered yesterday! (The 2.6 of ’em that I did with her got nothin’ on me though!)
Needless to say, this about sums up how she’s feeling this morning, hehe.
Sorry, Harry, I guess not everyone can pull off the sleepy look like I can!
I figured that since you all spend time cooing over how freakin’ adorable I am (what can I say? I do what I do), I’d do you a solid and take some time out of my extremely busy napping schedule to say hi. It’s all about making sacrifices, right?
I know that a lot of you come here to read my mom’s blog because you, like her, are trying to figure out how to lead a life that is both healthy AND happy. And while admittedly I might not know too much about the former (I mean, it’s not like I’m buying my own organic dog food here, folks), I do know a whole lot about how to be happy.
I lead a pretty good life! So here are a few tips that hopefully you’ll keep in mind as you continue on your journey to find the same.
Eat good food. The way to anyone’s heart, schnauzer or human alike, is through their stomach!
Run just for the fun of it. Mom would say that this is impossible ’cause she hates to run, but sometimes it IS fun!
Stand up for yourself. You ARE worth it.
It’s okay to be the underdog. The underdog is always the cute one anyway.
Just, you know, pick your battles.
Face your fears. Why do you think mom covered all those miles anyway? For fun? HA!
Don’t worry about getting your paws dirty.
There will always be someone to help clean you up. (And if you’re me, you’re going to get cleaned up A LOT.)
Make new friends.
But always make time for family.
Learn to laugh at yourself. (And not just because you’re funny looking, heehee.)
Give yourself some credit. Because you are awesome. And I know a lot about being awesome.
Just not too hard. Know your limits.
And whatever you do, never stop looking forward.
What’s one thing you could stand to learn from your furrier half?