Well I’ve indulged quite a bit over the holidays. In fact, my mommy’s been calling me Hoover cause I’ve sucked up every crumb that hasn’t been swept up before I could zero in on it.
Mom was indulging quite a bit herself. She was looking haggard and her skin was kind of dull from all the holiday stress so I “encouraged” her to make an appointment to get her face handled. Mom went to Deme a few days ago to see Jane Marie, mom’s nationally certified medical aesthetic specialist. Wow, that’s a fancy title. But look at Jane Marie’s photo (click on her name above and scroll down the page if you haven’t already)……there’s not a line or pore visible on her face. And mom says she looks better in person.
Mom came home glowing and with the softest skin – just like baby skin. I can’t stop rubbing my cheek against hers and touching it with my paw.
Noooooo, wait mom. I’m not finished writing yet. I don’t want to move over…………
NOTE FROM PUGSLEY’S MOMMY: CONTRARY TO WHAT PUGSLEY TELLS YOU, HE IS NOT TOUCHING MY FACE WITH HIS PAW BECAUSE IT’S SOFT. HE’S SLAPPING ME SILLY BECAUSE I DARED TO STOP RUBBING HIS BELLY FOR A SECOND WHILE I TRIED TO GET SOME FEELING BACK IN MY FINGERS.
Mom has her version; I have mine. I hate it when she reads over my shoulder while I’m writing. Next she’ll tell you the scratches all over her face are my fault too.
So anyway, I walked by the mirror this morning and took a good look at my face. Jane Marie, I spotted some fine lines under my eyes and on my forehead. They’re hardly noticeable, right? Sigh – I feel like everyone can see them. I think they make me look sad. Maybe even a little mean and grumpy.
Do you think I need to come in for a peel? Or maybe some Botox? I don’t want to wait until I get full blown wrinkles. How embarrassing would that be? So please let me know. I’ll make my appointment and have my driver – I mean my mom – take me.
I better moisturize and get my beauty sleep. Good night everyone.
Dear Pugsley: Your face is fine and you shouldn’t worry about your wrinkles. Think your biological mom had the same thing so tell your mom now that you are confident enough to know how cute you are and don’t need to have face work done. Psst. Mommies birthday is today so give her extra kisses and hugs but don’t tell her it was my idea. Luv, cous
Pugsley you are such a great writer, I think you should write a childrens book so everyone can enjoy you. Love to you and your mommy, Sandy
If those are untouched photos…the skin looks great
Your Aunt Teresa is a bit slow, but I am now a follower and can read your posts immediately. I cannot believe you caught on to blogs before me! Well done! Love, Aunt Teresa, Cousins Isabella and Giovanni, Fort Worth
Dear Pugsley – thank you for taking the time to let me know how much you enjoyed your mom’s soft glowing skin. From what I can see in the photo I think you look pugalicious!
You don’t need Botox or a peel! I am sure you are like your mom, beautiful inside and out. Perhaps I will have the pleasure of meeting you one day. Until then don’t slack on the beauty sleep ~ a good nights sleep is important. And a little nap or two during the day won’t hurt either.
Thanks everyone for writing back. You’re making me blush. I thought all I needed was a little extra moisturizer. Besides, if I had my face lifted, filled, Botoxed or peeled, I think the Pug world would vote me out and I love my squishy pug self. My mommy does too!