Happy Friday, folks!
First off, a huge thanks to those of you who have responded so far to yesterday’s blog post. I am gratified by your show of faith in me and look forward to thanking you individually! Your support of The Daily Corgi matters more than ever, eight years in. Truly.
If you missed the post (it was a good one!), click HERE to see it. I guarantee at least 1.25 chuckles! And (pssssst) it’s not too late to drop a dollar or two in the dish, to keep all this lunacy coming, if you like it. Details at that link.
If you follow The Daily Corgi on its Facebook page (as 80,000 people do — which is crazy unbelievable but there it is!) — you know that lots of folks post pics of their own Corgis. Honestly, there’s just a whole lot of great stuff going on there.
Today’s blog post is inspired directly by the grand spirit and good fun of readers bringing their dogs to my on-line community. Your sharing is part of what keeps ME on my toes, because who doesn’t want to see new pics of Corgis every single day? I do! Me me me!
I’ve just sifted through the Daily Corgi Facebook page and collected some mighty shareable images. If more of you put your dogs’ names with the pictures you post (HINT HINT HINT), I’d have an even bigger selection! Include their names and a little something about them. Without that, the odds of seeing them here aren’t quite as good.
You just never know when your low rider will pop up on the blog, if you keep coming back. So keep coming back. Keep commenting and sharing and smiling and growing the community I am so glad to call OURS.
That’s yours and mine, kiddo!
Your dogs represent Corgi Nation. And they are all the best. Amen and pass the peas.
Peter says when he hits the drive-up window at the bank with Dave on board, the first order of business is a cookie. For Dave. #priorities
This character, on the other hand, got no biscuit at the bank drive-through. Piper would like a word with the management. #disapproval
Dad Koji, daughter Panda, and Mom Bubble. That giggly grin runs in the family! #wetcorgis
Senior love for Nell, keeping it Corgi in Australia at 12 years old. #internationalcorgipants
Remy and Tigger wait on their cooling pup cups on a sunny California summer day. #ohyeah #thegoodlife
Darla. Not so large, definitely in charge. Naturally! #boss
Senior spunkaliciousness! Annie Bear turned 15 in June. At 15, you can eat your cake any way you darn well please! Just ask Annie. #oldisgold
Last but not least, on the Daily Corgi Facebook page I usually share the latest links to new videos from the gloriously photogenic and droll Topi The Corgi. He is gunning for Oscar gold, this guy! You MUST see his videos. All of them. Click the pic above or HERE for his YouTube channel.
Like everything else I share here, it’s family friendly. Check it out and tell me you didn’t laugh. I dare ya.