Temperatures have finally dropped so Miko (the Balinese) is snuggling in her cat tree cave to stay warm.
Today my dog, Ziva, went to doggy day care for the first time. It was similar to sending child off to first day of school: excited for their new experience, but also concerned how they would fare.
Since I am retired, I don’t need doggy day care most of the time. But there is an upcoming event where I will be gone the entire day and don’t want Ziva to have to be inside the whole day. So it was off to day care to see how she does.
Since Ziva was a rescue dog, I wasn’t sure how she would do with other canines. During training classes she gets very excited around other dogs, though not aggressive.
She loved playing with her 4-legged friends and came home exhausted.
So glad this worked out so I can be assured she will have a good day if I have to be out for the day.
Last week I had company from out-of-town. Busy weekend running around and getting caught up on everyone’s lives.
One of the kids–who sometimes thinks she’s a doggy named Buddy–had a deep connection with my dog Ziva.
So had to skip a few dog training classes due to inability to walk like a normal person. But my foot is slowly getting better.
Here’s to enjoying my woofy and staying upright!
August 15th is now touted as
- National Relaxation Day
- National Lemon Meringue Pie Day
And since I am patriotic (and try to celebrate as many “National” days as possible), I felt a call to duty.
And although I am now retired, I must embrace National Relaxation Day too. What better way to relax than with a good book. Currently I am devouring the latest in the Spenser series, Slow Burn.
I have read all 40+ of the Spenser books. Originally by Robert B. Parker, they are now written by Ace Atkins since Parker died in 2010.
Today is also National Cupcake Day and National Failure Day. Apparently I am sort of celebrating a failure since I failed to eat a cupcake. I can only do so much.