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Sunday, October 19, 2008

On Bowling and Critters

Bowlmore, University Place
Photo by myself, from the lanes at Bowlmor, a bowling alley on University Place.

There are bowling alleys in the city, but you have to know where to find them. I went to one last week for a friend's birthday party, which was fun.


Meanwhile, Mark and I have been homebodies with Rupert, the puppy we brought home last week.

Rupert and the cat have been getting along surprisingly well. There's been some hissing and some wary looks, but generally it's been fine. The two share a love for napping and not doing much. Sometimes they will sleep on the sofa, next to each other.

Rupert is lucky to have Mark as a devoted Dad. Already, Rupert understands the idea of wee wee pads, and the words 'no', 'sit', 'come', 'good boy' and his own name. There have been some accidents, of course - but much fewer than I'd expected.

All those episodes of The Dog Whisperer have paid off!

Rupert Asleep

Here's Rupert's first quick video

Related posts: Boston (Terrier) in New York, Our Extended Family


Kasia Fiołek said...

I am glad i have come across your blog. New York is truly a state of mind. I wish i lived there. i had a chance to be there (I spent there one summer in 2002). This is my fav photo: http://www.odyssei.com/travel-gallery/107875.html. I hope you like it. :)
I envy all the New Yorkers!

Anonymous said...

It's amazing how quickly animals do accept a new member of the family, isn't it?

Rupert is like a real baby when he is sleeping - so cute.

I am useless at bowling. I enjoy it but I am just hopeless.

Kitty said...

Welcome Dragonfly, thanks for stopping by.

Your photo is classic and BLUE, lol. The Brooklyn Bridge is a very photogenic landmark. The nicest thing to me is that you can walk, bike and drive across.

Yes, animals adjust so quickly compared to us two-legged folk. I admire their resilience.

I am pretty pathetic at bowling and all other precision-type games. I can't bear to post my bowling score from that night!

Anonymous said...

Gee whiz. Memories. Scars.

I got scars to prove that I used to set pins at a blowling alley. Got a quarter a game. Imagine that. And that was before automatic pin setters.

dianasfaria.com said...

Rupert has such a tiny little head! How adorable is he!
Cool alley shot.

dianasfaria.com said...

Just watched the video with my son. We both enjoyed Rupert, he's such a mellow pup.