Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Happy Moo Year!

Have a pawesome Moo year everyone! May the year of the Ox-picious Ox brings you plenty of wealth and health, joy, love, peace and treats!

The days leading to Chinese New Year were the best! Daddy took leave and brought me to the beach! Then my parents gave me the enviable job of supervising them while they clean the house. I didn't want to be too strict a supervisor, so I just let them do what they do while I drift off to dreamland....hehehehhe....

I also got to go to Granddad's place every often, I even went there twice in a day. It was really happening in the house cos everyone was busy cooking and taking out food and eating! I didn't get any of the human food, but at least Uncle Phil took pity on me and gave me a small piece of BBQ pork!

After the human's reunion din din, Mummy and Daddy brought me, together with Aunt TR and Aunt Coco to the dog park! To clarify, Aunt TR is Daddy's elder human sissy who flies back from Hong Kong for the Chinese New Year; whilst Aunt Coco is my Daddy's furry sissy who barks at me when I get too close to her. Now, back to the dog park. As expected, there weren't any doggies at the park cos it was New Year's eve and everyone is busy having their face stuffed at home. BUT we saw a cream Chow Chow when we approached the dog park! What are the chances?! I think the cream Chow Chow is called Chow Chow too! BOL! We chased and run and played bitey face - Chow version! Too bad, Mummy didn't have the camera with her, or else I could have shown you how much fun we had!

We had a stroll in the park after the dog run and Aunt Coco was so out-of-breath trying to catch up with us. She really needs to exercise more!

On the first day of Chinese New Year, my parents left me in Granddad's garden while they went off for lunch to celebrate Granddad's birthday. I was just minding my own business in the garden when some humans stopped to stare at me when they passed by the front gate of the house. Some of them even took out their cameras and took pictures of me. My humans were back very soon and they were quite worried what could have happened to me when they saw several people standing in their front gate looking in. They were relieved to see me, looking like my usual handsome self in the car porch, posing for pictures. BOL!

The second day of the new year was the best! Mummy invited her relatives to our house since they have not been to our house ever since my parents moved in more than a year ago. I love having guests in the house! I was so busy walking up and down and making sure everyone is comfortable and had their share of petting my magnificent mane and fussing over me. Everyone thinks I'm really adorable and fine-looking! Grandma was really nice as she fed me some raw fish and meat while she sliced the food for the steamboat dinner. Again, Mummy forgot (or was it too lazy) to take pictures of my adoring guests!

Anyway, enough of the long post! Here are some pictures to share. I'm glad mummy didn't forgot the use of her camera totally!


Daddy and me


Daddy trying to squash my face so that he can look better than me!


Aunt BB and me. She is my Mummy's younger sissy!


Mummy and me


The new family portrait


Mandarin oranges means good luck and auspicious. I hope I get lucky in scoring more treats!


Cherry blossoms and pink peonies signify Spring - a time for new beginnings. Have a great start to the year, everyone!

7 comments:

Achilles Wong said...

wow chow! you are sure one fine looking chowchow.. whew! we are so glad you got to go to the park, entertain loads of humans and pawty all day long..

of course, everyone would fuss over you! you are a cutie!

nice flower arrangement you have there.. is that an ikebana?

Happy moo year too you too! hope you will get to go out on more family outings! we are esp. happy to hear that aunt coco is joining in on your doggie games. hope you'll be the best of friends

drooly kisses,

Aki

D0gl0v3r said...

Happy Moo Year Chow!

The FOUR Musketeers said...

Happy Moo Year Chow !

Ludo van puppy said...

Happy noo year you too chowchow! Those are lovely pics of you with your pawents and auntie.
~lickies, Ludo

Mason Dixie said...

Happy Moo Year Chow Chow

Maggie and Mitch said...

Happy moo year, Chow Chow!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

duo_disaster said...

Meanie Dad! Lol! But we bet you must have so much fun this Ox-ie year!

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