Left to right: me, Dave, Zim and Amber
Once everysibe reported in, I told them what the first mission is: to wish Drill SGT Zim a happy honorary birthday! That's right - it's the day we celebrate his birth! (Not to be confused with his "gotcha day" or Zim-aversary. That's in July.) I can't believe he's 8 years old now! As Mom likes to say, "He's 8 years ... going on 8 months." Ha roo roo roo! I'm sure she means that in the nicest way possible. We all sang the Birthday Song to him ...
Aw, shucks, you guys! Thanks!
...then we got down to business. They knew we had another, extremely important mission.
Here's the other mission. It's a big one, Troopers, and we need your help! To begin, watch this video of me briefing the rest of the Ao4 and yes, our mom. It's that big; get the bipeds involved! Yes, most of it's in Bark. Some is in Siberian. I realize not all bipeds understand those languages, so our very dear friend and dedicated Trooper Charlie the Big Dog had his dad work a little magic. He put subtitles in, so there is no mistaking what you need to do! Ready?
That's right - I'm calling this mission Operation Bring Beau Home! Click that link for my complete set of orders, and to view Beau's video. Do it! Now!
Who's with us? Let's get started right away! Stick together, pups and bipeds, and be careful out there. We will succeed!
PS: Let me clarify my orders: This mission is open to ALL! I'm urging all of you out there reading - especially fellow members of DWB (Dogs With Blogs) - to help spread the word about Beau! Thank you. Carry on.