September 5, 2011

ROACHING & ROLLIN 202 (Part 1)

LET THE ROACHING BEGINGOOD MORING CLASS!!





Your Teacher Miss Mona here.




It's a beautiful sun shiny day, with a light breeze, just the perfect weather to start our class. Hope you all enjoyed my brother Weenie's Novice Roaching Class 101 yesterday. Mommy was so proud of him for teaching the whole class by himself and inviting our special guests too. "Way to go little fella!" Oops, I forgot he doesn't want to be called little fella but he's so darn cute. She was also very happy he roached in his bed. For my class, we will be roaching in CRASS.




Before we get started, let me introduce you to my teaching assistant, Amber DaWeenie. Since this class is so advanced, I needed someone with expert experience to help keep everybody focused, cause there is lots to learn. There will be a video that was taken on Memorial Day in the country later for your viewing pleasure. I usually roach alone except when I'm in the country.















We will begin now.........

There are few fundamental steps that must be followed before a
successful roach can begin.

Step 1.....Take a short rest to prepare yourself.




Step 2.....Find the perfect spot to begin your roach.We will roach on DEAD GRASS, cause that's all we got at my house.




Step 3.....Sniff around in the GRASS to make sure there's something fragrant to roll in. Warning: If you take this step be ready for a BATH afterwards.
Step 4.....Take that big first stretch, and repeat 5 or 6 times.
Now your ready for Roaching & Rollin 202!







ROLL TO THE RIGHT
ROLL TO THE LEFT, GET THOSE FEET IN THE AIRROACH, ROACH, ROACH

Step 5.....Shake it all off! That's what it's all about.

(sorry no picture available, I shake to fast for the flashy beast to catch)



I am very pleased with the preparation and practice you all took for this class. It was a pleasure to have you in my class.





Here are few pictures of some of your fellow classmates that did their homework.



Shaking

Resting
Sniffing
Stretching
Rolling
Upate # 3:40 PM CST--just found out that the rolling picture is 2 doggies in one


"Now that's what I call roaching."



Please continue to next post below.




















12 comments:

Oskar said...

Excellent instructions. It is always to stretch so we don't pull someting, BOL!

Nubbin wiggles,
Oskar

Sugar the Golden Retriever said...

Woof! Woof! PAWSOME!!! Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

Schnauzer Days said...

hee hee, that's our favourite roaching photo, you can't tell Louis's head from my *whisper* bottom ;-) Boy we did get in a tangle but it was great fun. Dex and Lou xxx

5puggums2mamasanddadandhiscat said...

Wesa would have never guessed that the last picture was of to roachers!! Pawsome!!
Much luvums,
The Slimmer Roachers
George, Gracie, Toby, Lily, and Mimi

Maggie Mae said...

So much fun! :)

Woofs and Licks,
Maggie Mae

Asta said...

MissMona
I have been following all youw instuctions and doing my westing and stwetching and have now moved on to the basic wolling teck nick
you awe the most wondewful teachew..I hope you don't mind that I bwought you an apple..it's NOT a bwibe, hehehe
smoochie kisses
ASTA

Sarge said...

Hey Mona!
Wow, I gotta say that roaching in the perfect spot is well worth the risk of a bath! BOL Great way to lay out these steps for us.
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, COP

Amber DaWeenie said...

Me tinks we had a great class, don't you Mona? Dey all nose dere stuffs now.

:o)

Tweedles -- that's me said...

I think I have learned so much by these classes and follow u!
Thank you for teaching us!
love
tweedles

Mack said...

You are such a great roacher Mona!!
The weather is SLOWLY getting better - I can't wait till we can meet up!!

Sugars,
Mack

Mr. Pip said...

I think I got it. And they say you can't teach an old dog new tricks!

Your pal, Pip

Tessa the Maltese said...

Grrrreat instructions and some reallly good pointers. Specially bout the "get ready for a bath" part.

woos, Tessa