Paris. Love the Place and the Pup.

My beautiful senior year of college impulse buy.  I bought him for $500 from a breeder, he’s AKC registered and he’s the cutest thing I’ve ever laid eyes on.  Funny thing is, I’m not an animal person.  But, I’m a Paris person. And yes, he is a boy.

During my senior year I had only nine units to take during my last semester – I packed in a summer course and winter to make sure I would just be smooth sailing my last few months of college.  With all the extra time don’t ask what I did other than lay out by the apartment pool, socialize, shop and maybe surf the net. So, I decided to buy a dog.  I’ve never owned a live thing other than fish which I would kill because I would take them out of the water to pet (sorry fish, sorry Dad).

After college I brought him home and left him with my parents when I took off to LA.  It was just too hard to find an apartment that accepted dogs and working in television production had the longest insane hours that I just couldn’t handle having him.  So, he became mom and dad’s anniversary gift.  Since then, he’s dad’s best friend and as much as I’d love to have him with me he’s much happier with mom and dad and I swear dad is much happier having him around.

When I visit, I snuggle him. I hold him like a baby and I talk in my high pitched doggy voice.  It’s quite embarrassing.  I once had an old boyfriend ask if he was hanging off a cliff and so was Paris and I could only save one if I’d most likely save Paris.  I told him he didn’t want me to answer that.

Diana Elizabeth saw the movie Water for Elephants.  She liked it a lot.  Mainly because Edward, er, Robert Pattinson was in it.  She also thinks Reese Witherspoon is just adorable.

Diana Elizabeth is an author, photographer, and obsessive antique shopper. You can typically find her in the garden wrist deep in dirt, at a local estate sale or planning her next epic party. She continues to blog weekly.


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