Besides, I had to update a couple of things. Mango was right; Dad did have a coal and Oscar pee. And he's definitely happy to have it behind him. Heehee. I crack myself up sometimes! I think there is some teeny, tiny part of him that is glad to have it done, but Mom told me that he was muttering something about not wishing it on his worst enemy when she was driving him home from the clinic. Eh. If he only knew what they did to me at the vet office Every Time I Go, he might not complain so much.
Today was gloomy and wet and icky, so Mom and I didn't have any opportunities to go crunching through/falling down on picturesque autumn leaves. Instead, I went out and modeled my coat a bit. I don't really like it, but for the right amount of treats, I will pose for pictures. So, pose I did.
But only for so long, because I wanted to run. Even if the silly coat hampers my running abilities.
TaiChi, on the other hand, has no issues with her coat. And wears it most of the time - even in the house, because she gets cold easy. But she doesn't look like a crossing guard, so I don't blame her for wanting to wear her coat.
I did a very brief ROTE with Mom, but because it was so dreary and blah, mostly I hung out with Dad (who was recuperating today), and
It was a Very Tough Day.
Mom, meanwhile, finally finished her little sewing project. Which means that she is now freed up to start stitching Christmas presents. (If you are a recipient - and you probably don't know who you are - you might want to anticipate your Christmas present around, oh, Memorial Day. I'm just sayin'....)
At least she took the time to personalize it! And I think the top dog kinda looks like Twix. I would say that it looks like Lorenza, but the stitched doggie doesn't have a dress on, so I don't think it could be Lorenza. And the dog with the bone? Hmm. Maybe Brownie. Whaddya think? Mom says that the pattern dictated how the doggies look - I have suggested that she start looking for patterns that have 'doodles in them. Dad said something about Mom already having enough patterns to keep her busy until the world comes to an end... Let's hope the Mayans weren't right, because I don't think Mom can work that fast!