That's how long we get to keep Murphy while Josh and Rachel (or, as we call them, Jachel) are out of town.
|How many of these things do you think we can rip through?|
I had the foresight to put all of Ray's bones out of reach, so the dogs are having a marvelous time. It's been almost non-stop play since 10:30 this morning when Murphy arrived. The water bowl has already been drunk dry once. The death toll (of toys) so far is two. It is now 4:30 and Ray is asleep in Gregg's chair. Murphy is passed out on the floor.
|I think I won.|
|Has anyone seen my ear? And my body?|
|Where'd she go?|
They're both a little older now, I wonder if they're going to get a second wind.
Thank you thank you for keeping posting..... its my daily treat ;-)ReplyDelete
Wow. No pressure there. I think all my creativity just dried up ; )Delete
It's a good thing these things pretty much write themselves.
LOL ...........no pressure meant, just wanted you to know that your blogging is appreciated and anticipated, but I can always re-read posts to keep myself entertained ! There is plenty of back material, you can have a day off now and then hahaha ;-)ReplyDelete
My Emma never understood the concept of toys; as soon as she was given a brand-new $10 stuffed thingy, she single-mindedly set out to destroy it, and always succeeded within mere minutes. I finally gave up, so all my dogs are toyless :( Looks as though you, like me, could probably have taken a vacation with all the money spent on torn-up toys!!ReplyDelete
I can't complain, really. Ray's toys usually last a pretty long time. They tend to "go bad" when he leaves them outside and they get muddy and moldy. He isn't destructive until Murphy comes over. They have such a great time destuffing them and I love to watch the show. It's definitely worth the price of admission.
(money saving dog-toy tip - Marshalls, TJMaxx, and Tuesday Morning)
Oh my goodness, Summer camp for the kids! What fun for them. I bet they do sleep very well at the end of the day.ReplyDelete