Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Inaugural NaBloPoMo Posting

This is my inaugural posting for NaBloPoMo, striving to keep alive through 30 consecutive days of postings. In honor of the event I photochopped Pappy as a poor man's Warhol portrait. Here's a prayer that Pappy will do enough interesting things this month to merit seven-day-a-week coverage.

(Let's see, we've got Thanksgiving, a new Pappy movie nearing completion, we'll be doing a bunch of raking sometime soon, maybe we'll get some snow, could do a tour of the local dog parks... yup, I think we're covered.)


chichimama said...

Good luck to you too! Your dod is adorable!

chichimama said...

That would be dog....

Buster the Wired Fox Terror said...

Hmmmm....if I didn't have such a short attention san I might attempt this too.

Bussie Kissies

Charlie Kelley-Church said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. My mom says that you should wait 6 months and look again. Whole housing developments are erected in a couple of months. Trying to get around ABQ on the freeways during rush hour is almost impossible. The entire west side of the river is practically a city unto itself. Unfortunately the same cannot be said of the schools. Very few new schools are built, especially on the west side so there is over-crowding. The dog park I go to is a recent thing. Lots of luck on your daily posting!


Pappy's Fella said...

Buster, the number of comments I see from you on different sites, you could do NaBloPoMo standing on your... head? muzzle?

Charlie, Hard to believe how much Albuquerque must have changed. I can remember when there were a couple of developments across the river, but mostly just the volcanoes and petroglyphs.

Chichimama, thanks for your support.

Disgruntled Owl said...

Pappy looks cheerful and thoughtful at the same time. Looking forward to reading about the fuzzy :)

Tin Tin Blogdog said...

Hey Pappy, like your highlights!

Chow for now,

Tin Tin xo

PS g'luck with all that dogposting.

Pappy's Fella said...

Tin Tin, the highlights take forever. I know you appreciate them, 'cause it must take hours each day to paint on the dalmation spots.

Mr. Owl, sir, thank you for the visit.