Mommy is in the process of moving her office home. Long story but she is still employed which is good. And even better - she will be able to spend a lot of time with us in the CASA because she won't be commuting all the time or 38 miles away at her office. So I can hang with it.
|This is at LAST year's Pet Expo|
Today she had the cable guy come out to install an internet line for her. No, his NAME was NOT Larry! It was Javier which could be the Spanish equivalent to Larry. MAYBE? Anyhoo. . . me and Molly greeted him with a lot of barking and huffing because he is a stranger. Is and was. We barked loud enough to make Mommy's ears ring - every time he walked in the house. . . into the room . . . under the house . . . basically anytime he changed what he was doing at the moment. Mommy growled at us a couple of times but she KNOWS we were just doing our jobs and guarding our HOME. She covered us with a blanket (we were BOTH in the crate) and we still barked. But I gotta admit that after a while, barking was not so much fun when we couldn't see the PERP, if you know what I mean. So we took naps. . . BUT just for a LITTLE while. As soon as he started to talk to Mommy, we started up again. We are funny like that.
He eventually left and all's quiet again in our home.
This weekend is the PET EXPO at the fairgrounds. We had all kinds of fun at it last year and might be able to go again this year. I will keep you informed.
And for anyone who hasn't see the news in like a MONTH, El Niño has arrived in NorCal! We have had mostly rainy days since before Christmas! How refreshing is that? In fact since last Tuesday we have had a total of 3 days of clear weather and then it started raining (at least it waited until Mommy came home from the Forty-Niner game). The nice weather lady on TV - Kari Hall - said it is supposed to rain AT LEAST 4 of 7 days this week. Wow. All of the plants and trees look so happy. And it kinda looks like we have a lawn because the area where the lawn would be is all green with WEEDS. I'm not complaining. Those WEEDS feel better than the brown crunchy GRASS we have been doing our bidness on.