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Vacation

We had a great vacation. It was very relaxing. Chaucer really likes to lay in the water. He doesn't roll or play in it. He just lays there and pushes his toes into the sand. When he gets out his legs are so tiny since the fur is wet.














Chaucer really liked our vacation because he got to spend so much more time with us than he ussually does. We spent a lot of time fishing. I caught nothing on our vacation and Adam caught 5 little fish. It was the first time I had been fishing. I actually liked it. I didn't think I would. We got to see Superman for free through Adam's job. It was okay. It was much better than the original though. Adam finished animating Once Around the Bowl. It will premier on aniboom.com in the compitition starting next month. We will be having a sneak peek of the short in our Morgan Media newsletter next month. If you would like to see it, sign up for our newsletter here.





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