Rupert: Yes we have, we've been right here!
Sasha: (Sigh...) Oh, alright, I meant we haven't blogged for a while.
Rupert: Duh! Everyone knows that!
Sasha: ... anyway... it wasn't our fault, it was our stoopid human. First she got a sickie in her head.
Rupert: You mean she went insane?
Sasha: No... well, no more than usual, anyway.
Rupert: Was that when she spent the whole weekend lying on the couch?
Sasha: No, the head sickie was when she snored really loudly all night.
Rupert: And you had to bark at her to wake her up so we could get some sleep!
Sasha: That's right. Then she got the sickie in her chest...
Rupert: ...and she spent the whole weekend lying on the couch.
Sasha: Yes. And that put her back out.
Rupert: She's been moaning and complaining all over the place - more than usual, I mean.
Sasha: And she can't easily bend down to put our leashes back on at the park.
Rupert: Is that why you always dart away as soon as she gets within reach of you?
Sasha: Yes - that's so much fun!
Rupert: Anyway, we don't want everyone to think we've just been lying around on the couch like our human.
Sasha: No, indeed! We are two very active and dynamic puppies.
Rupert: So we're going to do a special Sunday Sports Report for you.
Sasha: We'd like to introduce you to the highly competitive sport of synchronised sleeping.
Rupert: It requires a high level of concentration and co-ordination.
Sasha: And of course, a lot of practice!
Position One - Simple Snooze
Position Two - Mirror Microsleep
Position Three - Double-Diagonal Doze
Position Four - Snuggle Slumber (Advanced)
Position 4 - Snuggle Slumber (Lateral View)
Sasha: We are very dedicated, and intend to do as much practice as doggily possible!