Lowri - My daddy, Chase, has come to live with us for a couple of weeks. TM says it is so he can practice herding ducks until we go to something called the Nationals. I am just glad he is here.
After TM finished working today, she came outside and took Kearney to play with the ducks. I TOLD her I wanted to play too, but she didn't listen. Both Kearney and my daddy got to play. She kept practicing this one thing called STOP. I asked Kearney what it meant. He said you are supposed to stop moving until TM says you can go again. That is boring. Kearney said he thought so too, but TM was being very quiet when she said it. That is when you REALLY need to listen.
After my daddy got to play with the ducks (he practiced that STOP word a lot too), TM got on this red machine that really made a LOT of noise. I was a little bit afraid, but Kearney said it would not come into our yard. TM drove it really fast and it threw the grass everywhere. Then we got to go out and play in it. Our feet turned green <giggle> The best part is when Kearney plays his favorite game tomorrow, Roll Lowri in the Grass, I don't think I will get so wet.
Kearney - TM and I went out and moved the ducks. We did a lot of circles around the ducks both ways, walking up to the ducks, and STOP. When Chase played with them, I shouted out a lot of insults. I mean, really, he wasn't doing it right and I can do it so much better. TM seemed please with him though.