Thursday, March 12, 2020

Inside News

At various times during the day, Sonia Dog deposits herself on Mommy's lap and stays there until Mommy is finally able to dislodge her, usually by reaching for Sonia's arch-enemy--the computer, which spends far more time in Mommy's lap than Doggie does, but doesn't weigh130 pounds.
The trees were thick with sweet, happy birds this morning, not that Fiorella saw any of them, but she heard them 🧡🧡🧡

It's hard to keep a house in top-notch condition when you're tearing it apart. Translation: Fio is trying to move a mountain and doesn't care if dog hair is piled up against the woodwork, the upstairs bathroom is in disarray, and the sinks are dirty. Get off her back!
Guess who would be an hour behind to this very day if Bastrop son hadn't noticed she hadn't changed her wall clock? That's what comes of living in seclusion and not turning on the TV until 10:00 p.m.
To prepare for the worst, Fiorella now has six gallons of milk in her refrigerator and eight boxes of Shredded Wheat in her pantry, along with an extra bag of dog food.  She's also loaded up on salmon. Anything else she'll need if she has to isolate herself (aside from chocolate?)

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