February 08, 2005


Yesterday I came home from the middle school all fired up to write. I sat in on some classes, and I think 7th graders aren't as scary as I'd imagined. I had some observations that I was going to post -- nothing too riveting -- when I walked in the house to find a big old mess.

I'm still dogsitting, and the dog had gotten sick all over the rug. I couldn't even tell which end it had come from! I borrowed my friend's steam vac and cleaned it all up, and then dumped the dog in the tub for a bath. And immediately after his bath, he threw up again. It was a long, disgusting evening.

Lately my husband and I have had the worst timing. He logged online while I was wrestling with the dog in the tub. Two nights ago I heard him log on and I jumped up so fast I dumped my drink all over the recliner. Last week the phone rang six times during our ten minute chat.

I think we just need to talk face to face instead. And maybe wait a little while until we get our own puppy.

Posted by: Sarah at 02:27 AM | Comments (3) | Add Comment
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1 Take a quick look at this site for some links on education in the right column. May be of help in the future.

Posted by: Mike at February 08, 2005 08:18 AM (cyYKH)

2 Yeah - those puppies are alot of work BUT they are also so much fun and so cute. I am always happy to see them get to the age of about 2 cause then they're well trained!

Posted by: toni at February 08, 2005 09:51 AM (SHqVu)

3 When my wife and I first got our puppies, we had so many infuriating messes to deal with we developed a theory of "cuteness as a natural defense mechanism". Expect a book soon.

Posted by: James at February 08, 2005 03:03 PM (QvU5o)

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