CANINE COUNTRY CLUB VIDEO OF THE WEEK
OK everyone, Vickie says I can have a "Guess What I Am Doing For A Second Job" Contest.
Here are the rules:
1st. You can't play if you already know. So Jill from Pet Expectations, Paulette Bennett, Ken Seidle, Marion Evans, Vickies mom, sister, Neices and Nephews can't play.
2nd. Send your guesses to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject title. "What is Bert doing Now"
3rd. The first person who guesses what my new career is will get an incredible gift in the mail as the winner.
4th. We will put a different picture of what I am doing each week until you guess it.
UPDATE Monday Jan 17th.
These are the guesses we have had so far.
Greeter at Retirement Home
Therapy Dog (he already does this)
Searching for Contraband
Cadaver Dog (he already does that too)
and my favorite and most disgusting guess is
searching for pee bags of people trying to fake drug urin tests.
Honestly Michelle, where is your mind.......
Nope Nope Nope Nope NOPE
This has turned out to be a really fun contest
WE HAVE OUR WINNERS
1st Place to Erin Olpin of Layton
2nd Place to Eileen Bunn of Idaho
3rd and 4th place was a tie between
Michelle Thompson and Natalie Ryan
Thanks for playing everyone. You all have a lot of confidence in my skills. You guessed I could do some pretty neat stuff.
Well, all except the drugs in the urin one. EEEEYOUYUCK
It will take Vickie a few days to get the surprises together that I have in mind for you so keep an eye on the old mail box. Love ya BertSo here is the first picture. (Below) Good Luck, and don't hate me when you figure it out.
Now lets get down to the good stuff.
My Life this week.
One night early in the week, Vickie woke us all up (the girl needs to learn to sleep through the night) anyway, she woke us all up and we headed outside to play in the snow. I have to say, I am glad she did. It is so cool to go out in the middle of the night and play. It is like a whole different world.
Like I remember this search we went on up in Montpieler a few years ago for a missing child. We searched all through the night and it was so exciting and a little scary. Like part of the night we were searching in this big open area when something made a noise kind of like a snort. It scared the beejeebees out of me. But it ended up being ok cause it was just an old cow.
The really neat thing about it was how quiet and peaceful the world is at 1 or 3 in the morning and Oh MY Gosh, the stars up there were, well it was like looking into the most beautiful sparkle show ever created. Oh and just for your info, the boy was found safe and sound.
Anyways back to our midnight frolick in the snow. It only lasted about half an hour but it was great fun. All except for that silly flash on Vickies camera. It kept blinding us.