“Woof, Woof” or “There’s Nothing Wrong With This Dog’s Life…”

Lenny Lee here to tell you there’s not a thing wrong with being a dog. Case in point; my adoptive parents, Niki and Barrett Lee, had a big celebration in my honor a few weeks ago. They apparently wanted me to know how much they loved and appreciated me in their life (and really who wouldn’t?) so they planned this great event for me to be a part of. They even had a team of professional photographers along to capture images of me in all my furry glory.

 

We started at the old Powerhouse in Folsom. Here I am sitting on Niki’s lap. That’s Barrett next to her.

 

As you can see in this image above, I’m on my best behavior—too bad you can’t say the same for Niki and Barrett!

 

This is one of my personal favorites, probably because the photographer actually understood who was supposed to be the top dog today.

 

Now here we are going to play. Don’t mind Niki and Barrett’s goo-goo eyed look, you get used to it; I did.

 

You’ll notice Niki is holding me tight. I think she was afraid I was going to chase the squirrels, but I really was trying to be on my best behavior.

 

Here are Niki and Barrett exiting through a set of pretty doors. I’m not entirely sure what went on in there, but even I could tell they were extra happy when they came out of this building.

 

Since everyone else was kissing and hugging Niki and Barrett when they came out of that special building, I just had to do the same.

 

Okay, even though I’m not actually in this picture, it is one of my favorites. I guess I’m just a hopeless romantic.

 

And finally, one of Niki’s favorites.  Bye! I’m off to find a fire hydrant!

Lenny