Poor baby boy could NOT believe I wasn’t going to share my pizza bones with him.
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I have two identical shaker bottles. I looked everywhere for the other mixer ball, but couldn’t find it. I thought maybe a cat had decided it was a toy, but no, I was a dork and put both of them in my smoothie, and now they’re conjoined.
I swear, Thomas is a bottomless pit of want. I don’t think he even cares what you’re eating. If you’re eating it, he wants it.
And we’re back in business! The new computer arrived today. I got it about 90% set up, so I won’t miss another weekend of research.
And speaking of research, I finally ordered a DNA kit. Hopefully this will help with some brick walls.
This is what happens when your dog goes on a potty strike. What should have been a 45 minute walk this morning turned into a two hour walk. Brat. I’m more pig-headed than he is, though, so I won.
And now it’s time for a bedtime snack. I love cashews. I would sit and eat them all, so I keep a measuring cup in the container.
Did I mention that we had a lightning strike last weekend? It fried my modem, requiring a call to Comcast (I hate phones!) and a visit from a technician to install a new
modem, because our local service center no longer carries equipment.
And then I found that the Ethernet card on my computer had also been fried. I got a USB wireless adapter, for short term, but ordered a new Ethernet card from Amazon. That arrived today.
I turned on my computer, to uninstall the old Ethernet card, shut down, physically installed the new card, tried to tuen the computer back on, aaaaand bupkis. I think the motherboard is dead.
The food news is that the hard drive is probably fine, and if it isn’t, it’s pretty well backed up. I may lose some email and a couple of day’s worth of work, but that’s not the end of the world. Being temporarily computerless might be the end of the world, though!
Thomas was about a year old when I got him, so we’re celebrating his first adoption anniversary and his second burthday. He hated the hat, so I bribed him with sliced turkey. Talk about an awkward family photo! The first photo was taken at the shelter, while I was waiting impatiently for a staff person to take him from his kennel to the play yard for me.
I can’t believe it’s been a year! The first few weeks were a little bit rocky, while we were both learning about each other, but he has turned into a fabulous dog. He’s sweet, funny, and easy to live with. Best boy ever.