One of the best things about having dogs is how they make me feel like I’m the greatest thing in the world, just because I walked in the door.
We were up in Portland for a few days to celebrate my godson’s first birthday and have a Wheaton family reunion, and when we came home, Marlowe ran laps around the house.
She did a wall ride off our couch, resulting in this:
If I were better at math, I’d write out the equation that expresses the transference of puppy’s exuberance into actual force energy with a variable for how long it’s been since the puppy last saw the human, and I’d put it here.
Edit: This is from Chuck, in comments:
Pe*(Ta+Wh^2)=Mf Where: Pe=puppy exuberance Ta=Time away Wh=Wheaton awesome factor. Mf= Marlowe force energy. Pe*(Ta+Wh^2)=Mf or moving furniture in a single bound.
Oh, and this is, according to WordPress, an image post. With six types of potential posts, it seems silly that I only make standard posts.