After everyone finished their photo shoot, we headed over to No Joe's Cafe on Broad Street for a late lunch/early dinner. Now, we've never been out to eat before so this was very exciting!
We were actually pretty well behaved. Honestly, we were tired, too tired to be too dramatic.
|Tallulah's eye is still pretty swollen.|
|Don't worry, Tallulah. I will keep watch since you are half blind because of me.|
Marshmallow is ready to eat!
That's mom, Wilma's mom and Marshmallow's moms.
Plus Marshmallo, Wilma, Sluggo, Brigitte and Isabelle in the strollers. We are hiding behind mom.
There was a grand total of seven pugs and four humans at two tables. We caused such a stir!
It was crazy! People would walk by and squeal at us. People took pictures like we were celebrities. We felt like Puglet must feel! It got silly after a while because the humans couldn't even finish a bite without someone talking to us.
We even met another pug! No picture of her though. She was owned by a real life Guido (if that isn't too offensive). He looked like those people on tv, very muscled, hair very gelled, very thick accent to our Southern ears. Unfortunately, his pug Daisy was NOT on a leash. We were kind of worried that she would get hurt with all the traffic. She wasn't very pug-like and actually came when her owner called! What the pug?
After dinner (with no eatables for us!), we headed back to the hotel. Wilma and her crew were staying at the same place. They came over to hang out after us pugs all got to eat.
After the excitement of the day, we were all pretty beat. Brigitte crashed on the floor.
Some of us girls made ourselves comfortable on the bed.
Three pugs in a row.
That's Petunia, Tallulah and Wilma at the back.
Wilma is just too cute for words. She was tye-tye.
PS, Happy 10-11-12!