Two public service announcements tonight. One personal: I am going on a company vacation to the nearly-inundated Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, Friday through Monday. (Yes, I know, it’s a tough life! Mind you, this is the first company vacation I’ve ever been on, so don’t think this is a regular thing for me. But still.) I will probably still be posting while I’m there, but maybe not. Who knows? I will do what is fun and relaxing.
And one that someone emailed me. I get the occasional person trolling for media exposure emailing me, and I tend to ignore most of them (‘I read your blog “The Dogs Of San Francisco” regularly and am always amazed by the insight of your articles!’ Sure you do, buddy. Sure you do.) But this one caught my interest. Apparently this Sunday (November 1) at 6 PM, KQED is airing a documentary on a hospice for elderly and disabled animals in Santa Rosa, called ‘Last Stop in Santa Rosa‘. It’s also available online here. I freely admit that I am not in any emotional shape to watch it right now, with my fun little health problems… maybe when I get back from vacation.
And then there’s today’s dog. I was wandering around trying desperately to find my car after CorgiCon (I’d been forced to park over a mile away) and I stumbled on some post-corgi-con cleansing going on in a yard. Somehow, this pup doesn’t seem at all upset by shedding the excess sand.