On Saturday we headed out to Kingwood to see John's family, where Bowser got to spend more quality time at the pool -
This is what you would see about 97.3% of the time if you were watching Bowser in the pool. When he's not being held by John, he's chasing John.
We think that Bowser comes after us because he's trying to save us. If we're just sitting on the pool steps, he'll stick his face under and try to lift our arms out of the water. He barks like mad if we swim away from him, and if we're not careful, he'll leap into the water right on top of us. One thing I wish we had gotten on video was when Bowser leaped into the pool right on top of me while I was trying to swim a lap. I've got a little nick under my eye where one of his claws got me. Totally didn't see it coming.
He swims right up to John and John takes him into his arms. It's so cute, although here Bowser looks a little tired...
In this pic, John was really excited about Bowser having looked at the camera for the previous pic. I think it's funny that in neither pic are both of them looking at the camera.Kudos to Karen for taking pictures. We had a really fun time and are going to try to get to Kingwood more often to visit. It's so nice to get the heck out of Nacogdoches every once in a while and visit with family. We're so lucky to have people so close by.
On another note, I would have posted more pics/videos of me, but my swimsuit top kept riding up and exposing the bottoms of my boobs!!! My top is either too small or I'm tying it in too much of a hurry. Tips, anyone?