I was born in the fall of 2008. In July of 2009, I moved on Mattina. She’s a catamaran and is great for dogs. The only life I remember is on my sailboat. I’m a cruising dog. I love running free on the beach. I get to chase crabs.
I think I’m a key part of our pack, but how come I don’t get a say in key decisions! Mathew and Kristina just laid a whopper on me.
They sold Mattina. How could they without asking me? You heard me right. They sold my sailboat.
“Why?” I bark at Kristina.
“Don’t us that tone with me,” she says.
I sit in my most handsome way, roll my eyes up at her, and lay my head on her lap. “But why?” I whine while my tail swishes back and forth on the floor. “I’m sad.”
“Don’t you remember living in the mountains?” she asks.
“Sort of,” I say in my low growl. I’m very suspicious of this.
“Don’t you remember Joe?”
My ears perk up and I peak around at the scene on her laptop. There he is. I remember him. I tilt my head to Kristina.
She smiles. “I see you do. There are lots of dogs and lots of off leash time. You’ll be fine.”
And I will be.
5 thoughts on “Farley’s Friday: A Boatless Wheaten Terrier”
We are looking forward to hearing about you adjusting into your new adventures. That is a very cute picture of you with your friend Joe. You sure lightened up in colour (notice my spelling) in your older age.
Thanks Mitzi. My first adventure included a weekend with no internet. How’s a dog supposed to blog?
Momma Jean said I should congradulate your parents on their sale. It’s tough to change your life in a new direction. Tough but exciting at the possibilities
You are such a sweet part of the pack, Farley! You really will be just fine.
But remember that Kristina and Mathew have to adjust to being boatless humans too, so take good care of them, okay? 😉
Probably harder for them than me. No matter where we are, Kristina takes care of me. I have been doing a lot of running lately. I guess that’s a plus 🙂