What a weekend I had! I was super excited on Saturday, when mom and dad said we were going to visit some pugs in the south bay. I had no idea where the south bay was, but I do know hanging out in the car for a long time induces sleepiness. Once the car stopped and I wiped my eyes, I spied so many pugs! It was really cool to have this dog park filled with puggies to play with. I tried to go around and say "hi" to everyone, but not too many pugs were interested in playing with me. I still managed to have a good time just running around and did manage to play with some other dogs.
Sunday was super exciting! Mom and dad said we were going to go and finally meet Puglet and Dutch! I was all giddy to finally meet them. So we drive over a bridge and got to this really cool park on this hill (hey it's SF, so a hill is going to be involved) and met with ooooodles of pugs. It was pug-topia. Now I know why mom loves Disneyland so much, this hill was my Disneyland!!! At first I had to stay on leash....mom was all worried I'd run off blah blah blah. Thank pugness dad took me off leash and the running began. It was so exciting to play for hours with other pugs. Mom seemed so excited to meet other pug owners, and dad kept a watchful eye on me. I was super happy to see my bestest bud Spencer show up, we had fun giving our moms heart attacks when we'd run away and not listen. The day got even better when Puglet and Dutch showed up! I've never had so much fun in all my life!After all this fun, I headed into Daly City to meet more family. I was one exhausted pug, so I was on my best behavior. I even fell asleep in moms arms after dinner. On the way home I had so many wonderful pug dreams that my little legs couldn't contain themselves. In my dreams I chased Dutch and his chicken, ate mud with Spencer, ran around with Puglet and Frank and sniffed some serious butt (except Zoey's). I had such a blast that I didn't want it to end. Happiness is defiantly being a pug