Friday, April 29, 2011
Monday, April 25, 2011
Friday, April 22, 2011
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
See this is the problem when you're a fluff and have fur like cotton candy. It's sort of like a gentle version of velcro. Bits stick to you. The human found a slug embedded in my fur once, so why not a snail this morning? Kind of embarrassing, actually. Isn't my face red?
Posted by Debba at 8:37 AM
Monday, April 18, 2011
So, the human keeps saying we need fertilizer here in the garden, but she keeps forgetting to buy some. Welp, I heard the best fertilizer is manure. Heck, I can make that myself! And what could be better than some well bred tri color fluffy manure at that? I bet the human will appreciate my initiative. I know I do...
Posted by Debba at 6:27 PM
Sunday, April 17, 2011
I was out perusing the garden this afternoon and I think I've finally discovered what's missing here. We need a water pond! Thing is, it's gotta be small. The human would have a heart attack trying to make one too big. I believe you can make water ponds in something as small as a half barrel. That might be the way to go. And it would be nice to have at least one pretty water lily, and some papyrus and horsetails and maybe even some gold fish! Now to get the human thinking in the same direction. Gotta commence the corgi mind meld...
Posted by Debba at 6:08 PM
Monday, April 11, 2011
In this case, I'm spatial cuz I know how to optimize my physical location for the best possible chance of getting food. Some people think corgis are food motivated, but it's actually our unique spatial talents that make us what we are. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
In other, more important news, the company my human works for made the front page of USA Today this morning (in print). Esri has a way cool map to figure out where nuclear reactors are located throughout the US. This is in the wake of what happened in Japan, ya see. Check it out:
Posted by Debba at 1:17 PM
Saturday, April 9, 2011
Welp, the human is fit to be tied. Or is it that she's pitched a fit and fallen in? Whatever, she's NOT happy. We had hail, snow and frost last night. The garden has been hit pretty hard, but only time will tell if the damage is permanent. Here's a picture of the borage in the herb bed all knocked down. It was blooming prettily yesterday.
In other, slightly more important news, I heard about a cool corgi commercial from the Wagner corgis of Harbor City, CA. Check it out:
Posted by Debba at 8:48 AM