Monday, January 3, 2011

HELLO 2011!

I hope everyone had the best 2010 ever. If I remember right, every time a new year starts you're supposed to make some revolutions. Y'know, fix the stuff you didn't do right the year before. Or something like that.

My human is still on vacation, so I'm not exactly sure what kind of revolutions I'm supposed to make. But Google says most New Year's revolutions don't last very long, so I guess I can make them be I want. So are my revolutions to make 2011 the best year ever made:
  1. Eat more bacon
  2. Convince my human to make every single one of the 100 recipes in the Bubba Rose biscuit cookbook
  3. Be nicer to Dutch
  4. Make a new friend each day
  5. Be under 25lbs at all times
  6. Become famous. Again.
  7. Learn how to use my thumbs
I'm going to try reeeaally hard to make #1, #2 and #7 last all year. Maybe #3 too. Google says you have a better chance at making them last if you tell other people what they are. So... who made revolutions for 2011??


Molly in PA said...

Hey Puglet!

Happy 2011 to you, buddy!

I don't have many revolutions, maybe keep the intertube low around my mid section, and take some more naps, but I don't think I can top 2010 because it was pretty badass.

Molly in PA

moPSY+MISIOber said...

Hi Puglet in 2011 :) nice to see ya again :)
My revolutions for 2011 are:
1. eating less (especially sweets and ice cream)
2. be more organized
3. work with animals, especially dogs, not just my 3 pugie pugs, but also with others, I LOVE DOGS :)
4. make new friends
5. and last but not least, read the daily adventures of a little pug named Puglet :)

Anonymous said...

Puglet, I'm starting a revolution with my new year's revolutions! I mean it this time! Thanks for sharing yours!

Ashley said...

Happy 2011!
My news revolutions include:
1. No ear infections so my mom leaves my ears alone
2. Looking cute at all times to ensure maximum cookie ingestion
3. More naps because my mom thinks im cute when i nap, so maybe she will give me more cookies? Plus I just like to nap
4. I will not torment Lola Bunny, even if she is a bunny and clearly not as sophisticated and cool as us pugs.
Well that should about do it!

Pug Hugs,

Pugs2Luv said...

Happy New Year, Pug, Dutch & Human!
We decided to keep our revolutions simple this year: spend as much time with our human as possible, explore new places and maybe let our human brush our teeth without a fight. Honestly, we don't think the teeth brushing one is going to work out. Oh well.
Luv, Zoey & Phoebe

Anonymous said...

1) No "scooting" on the white carpet
2) We will go outside even when its raining
3) No rubbing of wrinkles on the furniture
4) Our human promises to take us to at least one Pug Sunday.. any of this will happen, cept maybe #4

Pearl and Tessa

Crabbie Chris said...

Why is our weight such a pug curse? I too battle that scale, and more often than not, it wins. Well, this year mom is determined to get back and keep my svelte figure. Ugh!
Mom did make those cookies from last week, they were super yummy!!
Good luck on those revolutions, and let me know if you need any help with any of them. Especially #1.

Ollie said...

I love your list Puglet, here are my goals for 2011:
1.Eat more poo.
2.Learn hypnosis. I will use the power of my mind to get my human to give me treats and make me a pot roast.
3.Roll in more mud.
4.Figure out how to sneak in a dead squirrel and hide it in my toy box.

PugMommy said...

My goals are,
1. Take longer walks
2. Go to dog park more often
3. Take long naps
4. Make lots of new friends.
5. Learn new trick's

Unknown said...

HI Puglet! Well, I'm not making any revolutions (hard to improve on perfection!), but my mom said your mom has inspired her to get back into photography. Based on what she just spent on a new camera I'm guessing I'm not going to be getting a whole lotta treats anytime soon!


scrub4pups said...

And I thought not going poodle would be on the list.

Gracie the Agility Pug said...

My revolutions are:
1. Update my blog more
2. Update my 365 Project page every day
3. Not attack my K9 siblings when I think they want my "stuff"
4. Try not to think of everything as my "stuff"
5. Listen to mom in agility

Gracie the agility pug

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year Puglet,

My Mom's a huge fan and she recently fulfilled her 2010 revolution - that was to adopt me! I'm loving my forever family! She says I'm perfect in every way but wants me to make one revolution - I need to slow down and chew my food. Huh? Is this possible for a pug? Any advice?


Anonymous said...

Hello Puglet!!!!!

Happy new year!!!!! I wish the best for you, so much health and all that give you hapiness!! Big hug for you!
My "mom" loves you sooo much and will stay here to see you every days!

Pug Fred

snore stop said...

Good luck on those revolutions, and let me know if you need any help with any of them.Happy new year!

Lori @ According to Gus said...

Happy New Year, Puglet and Family! We might copy your #1 and add it to our list ;)

Kitty+Coco said...

Well, my resolution was to find a way to be a bigger Diva. As if that is possible. I'v already let the humans know I need a cooked chicken diet fresh every day for me instead of that nasty kibble they try to make me eat.
Mom said her resolution was to crate train us! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kitty and Coco