Friday, February 19, 2016

Some days you have to laugh

I brought the stinky girl back in the house.  She is smelling better.  She is really cute. 
 
 
Did I tell you about my pearl ordeal. Well, it went bad.  I accidently dropped all the pearls and they scattered everywhere.  Hank has to chew everything that drops to the floor.  This is a pearl he ate.  The metal is all that is left. Someone left me this note.
The next day I find this note.  He had eaten a hair band.  Well broke it more than he ate it.  Then the other day he decided to eat his dog bed.  He made quiet the mess.  The funny thing was that Piper kept trying to lay on it as Hank tore into it.  I think he was trying to save it.  I tried to get a picture but they wouldn't hold still.   He is a stinker but when he crawls up in your lap and puts his little head on your shoulder , he is all forgiven.
Now today has had a few ups and downs.  If there wasn't humor, I think I would explode.  Yesterday it was a facebook message that had me upset all day.  Then this morning a phone message.  Then I walked into the closet to get something and a big wooden hanger fell on my nose.  So, then I decide that I just need to get out of the house for awhile.  I took a shower and I am waiting on my hair to dry a little and then I will take off for a couple of hours.  I am feeling better.  I am still stuffy and tired but better.  I should be as it is over three weeks now.  It is supposed to be 60 today.  One would think you could tinker around in your garden.  But there is snow covering everything green.  So I am going to take off.  Toodles.

15 comments:

Cozy Little House said...

Oh, someone had you upset on FB? I'm sorry. Hope you have a good outing.
Brenda

Stephanie said...

Oh how lovely to enjoy some warmer temperatures. It's been getting nicer here in the mountains and the snow is melting quickly.

So glad you are feeling better...I hope you are back to yourself in no time. Hugs!

Musings from Kim K. said...

Sounds like a fun outing is definitely in order! Keep on laughing and snuggling with your naughty puppy.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

It does seem like it's always something. Getting out on the trails to walk always clears my mind. What a crazy week! Sending you lots of sweet hugs, Diane

Connie said...

Poor girl, you had quite a morning, didn't you? Well, your day should start getting better now that all that stuff happened. Love the doll, she is adorable and well, puppies will be puppies . . . it always takes a little out of us before they are trained. Have a sweet weekend and get well.
Love,
Connie :)

Julia said...

It sounds like you're having some bad luck this week. I sure hope your day will improve with getting out of the house. It made the stinky doll feel and smell better. You need some good distractions. I hope your outing was relaxing and fun.
Hang in there. Spring is coming slowly. There's 29 days to official Spring.

Hugs, JB

genie said...

First a mess, that a yucky message and then the phone call. No wonder you decided to get out of the house. I was so sorry you had ben feeling poorly, but am happy you= are FINALLY on the mend. The doctor has me on a new med - Gabapentin - which has stopped the spasms and the headaches. It is like a miracle. And to think how I have suffered for so many years and this is an OLD drug. Oh, well, I will take what I can get. I am so thankful to feel good and to be up and about and busy. Take care....genie PS...Will write you about the doll heads.

Betsy said...

What a week you're having. I'm glad you can get out and enjoy yourself a little bit. I'm sorry you're still not completely well. There does seem to be a bug out there that just won't let go of people.
Blessings,
Betsy

Miss Merry said...

I hope things are looking better for you. It never seems to rain, but pour, does it. Take a breath and try not to let the stress get to you. You can only do what you can do. We can't save the world. However - that Campbells Soup girl is soooo adorable! Glad she was able to come inside again!

Sue said...

I still need to come and meet that little devil! He's a cutie and his puppy antics will continue for quite some time. I still deal with Flynn's attitude! Now HE really is "El Diablo." Get well soon, toots. We need an outing...

Winkel's Crazy Ideas said...

Jenny ate everything in site the first couple of years, was at my wits end. She even chewed up one of my little sons plastic Winter skiis. Suddenly around 2,5 years she lost interest and now at 6 years she is good as gold. Sorry about your troubles, I know what you mean about the importance of humour. Hope your weekend is free from bad stuff and full of good. Pam in Norway xx

Ashley said...

Lol! Your dog is so funny. I hope he stops eating everything in site.
Oh, I do wish there was snow here right now. You're so blessed to have snow covering the ground. :)
Love,
Ashley
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Vicki Boster said...

I think we all have those days--- I have to get up at 4 am on my work days.... So when my day starts out like yours did- it makes for a LONG day. Thank goodness we can find the humor.... Sometimes!

Love
Vicki

Edna B said...

I'm so glad to hear that you are on the mend finally. As for Hank, well the chewing usually goes away by the age of 2 or thereabouts. I agree that a sense of humor is so important to keep our sanity. My little guy has a few habits left over from his "before" days. I just try to go along, keep being patient, and hug him extra. I'm not perfect either and he puts up with me.

Enjoy your outing. It will definitely help you to feel better. Hugs, Edna B.

Jen Kershner said...

There's nothing like a springlike day to perk you up! Hope you are having a good week!