Lucy didn't chew on furniture as a pup. She did love my shoes, socks, and tearing paper of all kind. Soon after I installed the pet door, I would find a shoe or a sock or maybe a vacuum attachment out in the yard. I miss you Lucy.
No, not really. It's just that Joe has taken up permanent residence in Dad's chair since Dad is in rehab now. I took Joe with me to see my Dad one day but I'm not sure Dad appreciated it with his state of dementia. Joe had a good time though.
Thanks for all your kind emails regarding my Dad's health.
King Solomon didn't have much to do with this water wall in Methodist Hospital here in Sugar Land but it is here where I've taken many of my meals this week. My Father fell and broke his hip last weekend so I have been at the hospital everyday, all day every since. What is it about falls and broken hips with the elderly????? I can't say anything. I have taken a tumble in the bathroom myself and wondered afterwards "how the hell did that happen"? So the blog, the dogs, and everything else around here has been neglected and will continue to be for a while. Patience my friends and I'll be back soon. Have a great weekend!
My Lucy with her new elevated food pan. I had read that it was better for a dogs digestion for the pan of food to be off the floor??????? At any rate, in a few months Sable would come live with us and it would my girls buffet. But Lucy you were so picky that Sable just assumed both bowls of food was hers.
Sunday was a wet dreary day here in southeast Texas. Staying in bed and reading the paper(yes I still take the paper) seemed to be the best way to pass the time. But Sable kept waking me up for a snack.