OH! It's been a crazy few days. On Christmas Day, a friend's daughter called me from California concerned about her mom. She said her mom needed to get to the hospital but was worried about her dog Ellie. (I've posted a couple pics of Miss Ellie in the past.) Unfortunately when I got to my friend's house, it was evident she needed medical care. To make a long story short, she is in the hospital and they are not sure what is going on with her besides pneumonia. The hospital anticipates she will be there until at least next week. Ellie is a little 7# dynamo Jack Russell. She and Annie DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT get along. If Annie is not in Ellie's face, Ellie is attacking her and she doesn't care how much bigger Annie is! Not having a fenced yard and having to walk them separately is another issue. At least at night, Ellie sleeps on one side of me by my head and Annie is curled up on the other. I feel like the lunchmeat in a dog sandwich.
To be honest, I am thankful our white Christmas waited until the 26th. I work in the city street department and had the weather come in on Christmas Day, no one would have gotten to spend the day with their families. Wednesday I worked until 7pm and had to be back the next day at 3am. No, I don't plow . . . I am in the office listening to complaints because their street has not yet been done or the snow plow driver filled their driveway with snow. They don't want to believe that the driver doesn't do it on purpose. The storm was only about half as bad a predicted so for that I am thankful.
I am also thankful that today is Friday. I need to catch up on some sleep. I also need to catch up on my blog reading. With all the craziness of the last few days, I want to find a few minutes to pick up my hook instead of breaking up dog fights or having someone yell at me about the snow :)
Thank you so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)