Today Mom’s got a big phonemics test. She’s not quite prepared and panicking. She’ll get a second chance if she doesn’t pass at this try, though! She’s found nothing about what level she needs to be to pass and so is unable to say if she’s good enough. Oh, well.
We’re busy helping and are out of sensible and interesting things to say – instead we recommend dropping by Patience and the Warburton Waggle and celebrate their blogoversary. http://patience-please.blogspot.com/ She’s put up links to quite a few of our favourite stories, and I’m sure you’ll find something fun to read there. Plus the picture of “surprised Patience sees nekkid neighbour” is priceless.
Oh.. And I’ve got a piece of ox tail so I’ll be busy all night. Yum!
Mom got new cookie cutters at IKEA! Aren’t they cute?
PeeEss: Did you know cookie cutters are great if you’re throwing a kids party? Use them to make fun shapes of pizza, brownies, sandwiches etc. (Obviously this also works well for childish adults like Mom)
Oh – and as some of you mentioned of course they can be used for dog bisquits as well. The squirrelie would be good for making treats for the Waggle we suppose. But Mom prefers us to eat grain free as much as possible and to have raw meaty bones or other yummies as treats. We’re not gonna argue
I’m HOME! The ground is still having trouble staying in one place, but is apparently improving. In the end they only took one of my toofies as the rest seemed fine and so we’re all happy with that. I’ve got painkillers and antibiotics this time, too.
I got a lamb heart when I got home and since then I’ve spent most of my time with BamBam. Now I might watch NCIS with Mom, some couch time couldn’t hurt I suppose.
Thanks for all your well wishes! Mom was very happy to have me home after almost 12 hours! Now there’s a seriously long vet visit. I also peed all over the waiting room when they brought me out. Mom thought they deserved to wash the floor if they didn’t walk me for 11 hours! I was still a bit groggy from the drugs and didn’t have complete control. Can’t blame a guy for that accident!
Hi guys! Virus here. We’ve been to visit the Vet man today. Bajas totally adores him, I’m not as certain. Can you believe he stuck me with a needle? I’m quite sure that’s not polite. At least Bajas doesn’t seem to like me much when I stick all my “needles” into him!?
Then we went home – but Bajas was so excited so he stayed behind! Then Mom told me that they’re taking out the last of his potentially bad toofies. The vet said this kind of problems in teeth are painful to 8 of 10 hoomans so they might not bother him, but we’re taking them out just in case.
His teeth are hard to spot in the first place – I’m sure he won’t miss them.
I hope he’s back soon, it’s a bit boring here without anyone to annoy.