It only makes sense that if Steve and I are overweight, that our dog daughter Lilly Belle Pi is the same – sort of. Lilly has this strange hair that when grown makes her look a lot bigger than she actually is.
People about the building always comment on how fat she is, till Lilly gets a haircut and then they think I adopted another dog. They just don’t get that her hair grows pretty much straight out – kinda like the black people’s hair who most often are the ones who make a big deal over it. It used to upset Steve, especially when the person saying it was three feet wide, but he got over it. I don’t like it either though, it’s like why do they openly say something like that – right in front of her? How would they like it if I said how fat they were?
Ah who cares. She’s overdue now for a cut, because there’s a shortage of groomers in our area. She’ll be done by the end of the month and we’ll see how fat she really is.
In the meanwhile, Steve’s been walking her a minimum of one mile every day. He clocks it on his phone. Up to a mile and a half. She’s going to be built like a tank.
Lilly’s mostly vegan, but every time we eat she has to eat. And she’s very vocal about it. Snack for Mom and Dad, snack for Lilly Belle. Or else!!
So, Mom and Dad are on a diet and exercise program? That means you too Lilly Belle.
We’re going to get trim and fit together – as a family.
Truth be told, Lilly has gained some weight. Now’s the time to trim her down, while she’s still so active and limber. And quick on her feet. Is she ever quick . See must be doing something right, otherwise she wouldn’t be so healthy and happy – just not enough.
Hey Lilly Belle Pi, you’re going to be famous!