After a fun-packed morning, I decided that no matter where Mom was, I'd stare at her. I mean, you know, I figured I'd participate in National Stare At Your Biped Day (NSAYBD). I gave it my best while she was at the computer. Check out the special effects she did to this one:
|Me, celebrating National Stare At Your Biped Day|
Mom must have liked being stared at, because she took half a million pictures of me. Here's another; she did the special effects to both of these with PhotoShop Elements 9.
|Me again, on NSAYBD|
Mom realized at some point she was missing a golden opportunity for an outdoor photo shoot, so we went outside and took a few shots with that big plant medley on the front porch. Check this out:
|Mom took advantage of NSAYBD and took this picture|
I was only looking at her because of NSAYBD. It made her really happy to get smiling at the camera.
I kept up the staring through the afternoon and finally, FINALLY Mom got the mind-meld message I had been sending. Here we are, heading out the door to go for a RIDE!!!
|"Let's hit the road, Mom!"|
Notice I kept the stare going! It was kind of taxing on me, as you can imagine, so after our ride (Dave went with us, by the way!), I had to get some down-time.
|A very contented me, after a day-long NSAYBD celebration|
As many of you know, we Siberian Huskies work well as a team - it's in our blood. We're team players all the way! Dave could tell I needed my break, so he stepped into the harness and took his turn pulling the National Stare At Your Biped Day sled. So to
|Dave - picking up the harness and pulling the NSAYBD sled!|
A great team effort, don't you think?
Did you celebrate NSAYBD yesterday? What were you able to tool out of your biped? If you forgot to celebrate yesterday, give it a spin today! It's great fun!