Monday, May 26, 2014

Prancer Makes His Stage Debut

Hi Readers, brother Prancer made his stage debut with the gorgeous Melinda Schneider at Brisbane's QPAC playhouse over the weekend in Melinda's hit show Doris.

It was very short notice for Prancer but he handled it like a trooper which is just as well as I had a previous engagement and couldn't make it. Dad said that if you like the songs of Doris Day then you'll love the show.

I hope you like the photographs -

On the way to the stage door at QPAC with dad.

Prancer in his dressing room waiting for his call.

Another shot of the man of the hour on his personal lounge.

A photo of the Doris stage taken during intermission.

Melinda singing her beautiful song "Your eyes could never lie" also known as the doggy song to Prancer.

Melinda with Prancer during intermission.

A publicity still of Melinda. Dad said that guys who aren't into musicals would like this picture. Not sure what he meant by that?

Some of Prancer's new fans were waiting at the stage door to meet him.

A treat for a job well done. Mmmm ... soft serve!

A view of the Brisbane skyline from South bank. Prancer and Dad chilled here between performances.

Anyway Readers, I need to see if I can fit on the lounge next to Prancer's huge head. Until next time - Bye for now - Murphy.

Sunday, May 18, 2014

2014 Million Paws Walk

Hi Readers, the GAP crew was invited to the Million Paws Walk at Decker park this morning . We had a very early start but what a greyt day it was with heaps of people dropping in to meet us and give us cuddles. There must have been close to 500 people and their canines there.

I hope you enjoy the photos -

"Here we go, here we go , here we go!". Travelling with the young ones is always a bit rowdy.
An early start for the team but such a beautiful south east Queensland day for the walk.
Mum watching some early arrivals at Decker Park.
 "Isn't that captain Jack over there?" we asked.
First cuddles of the day went to these lucky visitors.
"Hoots mon, how is the weather up there?" Me being heckled by this wee jock.
A possible dispute over whose wall this was resolved without incident.
 Wiener cam in action.
 All set up and ready to go.
 I didn't have the heart to tell these people that this wasn't the queue for coffee but rather late walk registrations.
Our friends from the police and PCYC were close by to watch over us.
Young Bundy dropped in to say hi to the team.
"Dad, what is wrong with his coat, its all curly?" asks Teddy.
A young visitor gets a Teddy cuddle during a visit to our display.
"Are greyhounds friendly?" this couple asked. "Let us show you" we replied.
 Bear watching over his family's pup during the walk.
This greyhound could be a girl, me thinks.
 A small section of the crowd from this morning.
Hee hee!
Some of us mingling in with the crowd.
 Yours truly.
It was a day for lace skirts and much embarrassment all round.
 Cuddles for all.
Councillor Newton starting off the walk and thanking everybody for attending.
Team small fluffy on the move.
Me with my brutha from another mutha Wiz. Good looks clearly run in the family.
Councillor Victoria Newton with mum and aunty Margaret.
 A quiet moment for Emily and Aunty Margaret.
This cav was a little overwhelmed by the end of it all.
Dad took Eddy for a paddle after the walk as he was very hot.
Tarzie chilled out after the walk this morning...
.. While the lads and I went partying at the local blue light disco where I showed off my famous tanty dance.

Well Readers, thank you for visiting. I'm planning on having a snooze this afternoon and then we shall see what the night brings. Until next time - bye for now - Murphy.

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Happy Mother's Day

Hi Readers, all of us greyhounds would like to wish our adoptive mums a beautiful mother's day and say thank you for looking after us all year.

Surprise wake up cuddles at the house of hound for mum this morning.

Anyway Readers, due to my early start I'm behind on my sleep diary so I'm off to fix that right now. Until next time - Murphy.