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Thursday, May 28, 2009

my life is a cartoon

Yesterday we had two showings! We've had four this week! Hope Hope Hope.
We now need to take Millie with us when we leave, she has tired of the showings and barks her head off the whole time.
Our first showing was in the afternoon, and it was a two hour block. Lu and I cleaned up, then put Millie out in the back so I could mop and vacuum. Then got her leash and brought her to the car...unfortunately she got wet in the yard and tracked mud through the house and so after I put her in the car I got to mop and vacuum again. We decided to go to Trinity Park since we had some time to pass and we don't often go there.
By the time we arrived Lu was asleep and Millie was anxious to get out. I woke Lucy and off we went. Millie was very interested in every squirrel, jogger and kid there and barked and barked. We were there about 10 minutes and Lu, who only has to pee once a day at home but who upon leaving the house needs to stop and pee at least every 47.4 minutes, had to use the bathroom. The only one available was port-a-potty...on the other end of the park. So we hiked along, Lu doing the dance and Millie barking and lunging every which way. We got to the potty and ALL climbed in. It was a little too cozy so the canine got kicked out. She then spent the next several minutes crying, whining, sticking her nose under the crack of the door and rocking the potty. I guess I am grateful that I didn't open the door to find her own personal calling card on the walkway.
It was a long two hours.


marcia@joyismygoal said...
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marcia@joyismygoal said...

ROFLOL so so sorry. any, any, any, time you may come here during a showing no notice or food required-- But then is boring better than that adventure; something to weigh in your mind:)

I have a good life said...

What a horrible experience! A very long two hours indeed. Remember that Millie is welcome to come play with Jazz anytime...just as long as she is okay with staying outside.