After gallantly volunteering to share his room with his newly arrived nephew, David has decided Anthony cannot, however, store his toys in there. I guess generosity has its limits. Therefore, at the moment, my living room looks like I am opening a daycare center, which isn’t all together a bad thing. I have missed the bright and fun little boy toys. These days all my twin tweens want to play is “World of Warcraft,” which is neither bright nor fun for me. By the way, when I asked young David where we could store the toys, he said outdoors under a tarp. Hmmm, I don’t think so.
I have had a busy non-posting-to-the-blog weekend. Saturday was spent trying unsuccessfully to finish incomplete projects before my time is no longer my own and Sunday was taken up by an all day pet adoption clinic at the Franciscan Center Paradise Valley
Across from our booth was the Giant Schnauzer Rescue. I have always wanted a Giant Schnauzer so it took all I had and a little practical realization not to bring one home with me. Same with the Great Pyrenees. I love a big huggable dog and would have more if I had the money and the time.
Today, instead of huge canines, I happily get to play with the incredibly cute young Anthony who greeted me with a big “Hi!” and a huge grin. I’m in mad love with the young champion. Later and every afternoon this week, we head with eight dogs in tow (I have help lined up) to the Tellington Touch (T-Touch) Seminar to cure them of their various ill habits. If they can give Marshall
I am a very busy but very happy girl right now. Life is good.