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The recycling bin has been emptied. Well washed
but apparently not well enough plastic trays that used to hold chicken are strewn across the floor and into the next room. The pot of mascarpone and tomato sauce has been washed up, again. It's lid is down the hall. The bin itself is on it's side and there's a small dog absolutely denying any knowledge of the whole thing.
The cat has been barked at, the new toy from Santa de-stuffed, and the small dog loudly insists that she can't open the bedroom door in the middle of the night without help, to go into the hall
and straight back into my bed.
Molehills have been barked at, then weed on.
More and more objects and other dogs are getting barked at. It's all mouth and no trousers but that's not comforting the owners of Great Danes as they keep their dogs close while passing a 5kg growly barking terrierist.
The word sit has lost all meaning.
It's only one more sleep until doggy school starts again
where's the grey haired and frazzled emoji
Missed this yesterday. Just wanted to tell you I enjoyed reading it. Brings back memories ...😂