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Our Chowld

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Any pseudo-psychologist could tell you that the way Michael and I dote on our chow dog is because she fills a void left by the lack of children after eight years of marriage.

Seriously, you don’t have to be Einstein to figure that one out.

Okay, plus she’s seriously cute and has an unbelievably lovely doggy personality 😉

I never thought I would be this over a pet. In fact, I had quite a bit to say about people who were.

Moral of the story: keep your fool mouth shut until you’ve experienced something for yourself.

I just took Bluebeary to the doggy parlour to have her fur trimmed and dipped. I felt guilty because she was obviously getting too hot and she’s scratching a lot and we’ve seen at least one tick on her. In that thick fur you really can’t find them.

I know they (and us) can get fatally sick from tick-spread diseases.

So off we went, her and I.

She was so excited at the outing. And when we got to the parlour she gave the staff a royal welcome.

I helped load her in the little cage, and then had to leave. And she cried for me. Howled for me.

Man, I don’t know if I will be able to handle being a parent (to a child 😉 )

How do you drop your baby off at daycare and just leave? While they are crying for you. How does it not cut your heart into little pieces. Maybe it will be better if I never have kids. I’ll be so overprotective. Not to mention a nervous wreck.

I bribed the staff with sweets if they are extra specially gentle with Beary. ha

It is now 2:32 and I can only fetch her at 4:00.

It’s just that I worry they let her escape or something. That parlour is in a bit of a dodgy area.

Or hurt her, or get chemicals in her eyes…

I can’t believe how empty the house feels without her.

And Michael 😉

I guess now would be a good time to go and practise my exam pieces. Time is running out and it’s going to be very humiliating if I screw this one up. 🙂

Written by Maggie

March 9, 2009 at 2:40 pm

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  1. Oh, goodness! Welcome to my world. 😉

    It’s hard not to cherish them when they love so unconditionally.

    Katie Alender

    March 9, 2009 at 7:18 pm

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