Corgi obsessed! I'm an RN in an ICU. I work nights. My name is Kim. I love to take my babies to our park which is the Alabama Shakespeare Festival (ASF). It's only half a mile from our front door. I've seen many plays there as well. I also love to read mystery, fantasy, sci fi, historical fiction and other hard to classify novels.Love movies as well.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
They Love, Love, Love swimming, running, and barking that can turn into a high pitched howl (corgi sing I call it). Honey has her own little wookie howl. Honey's whole name is (Honeybunny's a glamor girl). My male is Barron and besides the barking at every chance he can get he loves to try to put his mouth in mine. How bizarre is that? I think he'd put his whole head in my mouth if I'd let him. It's like he can never get close enough to me. I guess that's a needy boy thing.
My other Pem, Bertie Wooster, will ONLY wade. When we first moved up here to CT, he jumped into the river over his head, and did a barrel roll, feet in the air and head under. He rolled right back up, but that was it for him -- he will only go in water where he can see his feet on the bottom!
Ah, corgis in snow -- there is nothing cuter than watching a bunny butt do the "dolphin swim" through deep snow. Ethel, however, has even plunged into rivers coated in ice! She is fearless, and apparently doesn't give a hoot about temperature, either. I'll have to get a photo of that -- she looks like a little submarine with her head as a periscope.
Hello. Wanted to give our regards -- I live in CT, but my little Ethel is from Birmingham, AL (Tresaith Corgis, Janet Richardson was her breeder). It was just a year ago this month that I flew down to pick her up. It was so nice to be in the mild weather in the middle of winter. Anyway, on behalf of Ethel Barrymore, hello to fellow AL pups! (oh, oh, just saw the pic of them swimming in the pool, Ethel will be damanding one soon, she LOVES to swim.)