It has recently come to my attention that I need to up my game. Apparently, there is a new woman in Mad Dog’s life and she is much, much younger than I am. She also is fluffy and adorable.
A few months back Mad Dog purchased a new truck. He is a meticulous vehicle owner. Some days if our boys breathe too loudly while in his truck, he gets agitated. These rule do not apply to his fluffy new love. She can ride shotgun and she can vomit uproariously all over his leather seats and it’s perfectly fine!
There is more to the story. Mad Dog has a history of falling in love with adorable dogs. First there was our White Fluffy Dog (may she Rest In Peace) and now there is Miss Lady. I call her Miss Lady because she is anything but. She is kind of gross in her penchant for finding the worst smells in our backyard and rubbing herself in them. She also loves to eat dead worms! I have to be vigilant that no such worms are visible to her on our lanai when I let her out to do her business.
Yes….she is a gross little dog at times, but she also is magnificent. She is the most loving dog I have ever known. She is the queen of snuggles and if you let her, she prefers to be draped over your lap like a fuzz-ball blanket of adoration. She kind of makes you feel like a rock star and all you have to do is exist. That’s it. Just exist and she thinks you are the bees knees.
With her remarkable temperament, I am attempting to get her behaviors in line so I can share some of her bottomless well of love with the world. The world really needs more love don’t you think? Training her is a long, long process. Most days I enjoy it and Miss Lady loves it every day, but the time commitment is tremendous. I have to walk her separately from our other adorable dog so she can learn leash manners. I also do random training session with her throughout the week. I feed her, I bathe her and I snuggle her. And you know what that gets me? Second fiddle. Despite all I do for her she prefers Mad Dog to all other beings. I get it. He is pretty awesome. She’ll get no argument from me.
So, when Miss Lady ripped apart a Yoda chew toy (yes, Star Wars dog toys are mandatory in our home) and then proceeded to ingest Yoda’s ear, I panicked a little. I didn’t know what it would do to her digestive system and if she would be able to pass it. I raced to find Mad Dog who calmly and eventually concluded, taking her to the vet would be the best thing to do. Off they went and naturally he put Miss Lady in the front seat of his pristine truck. Soon, her nerves and her stomach gave way and the contents of her belly erupted all over his truck’s leather seats. There was so much carnage that inevitably, some of her vomit soaked into the seats. Thankfully within the mess was the ear of Yoda fully intact (the force with was us!).
Mad Dog relayed all this to me in a phone call. He wasn’t upset. He did not care one bit that ‘his girl’ threw up in his treasured truck. All he cared about was that Miss Lady was going to be okay.
I told you he was awesome.
2 thoughts on “A Love Story”
Diana, you have my empathy! You did not have to clean up the seat did you? Be thankful she has four legs 🙂 from the voice of experience! Merry Christmas, Thelma
ps Bees Knees?????? are you into archaic sayings? 🤑
On Thu, Nov 30, 2017 at 2:27 PM, Writes for all Mommies wrote:
> writesforallmommies posted: “It has recently come to my attention that I > need to up my game. Apparently, there is a new woman in Mad Dog’s life and > she is much, much younger than I am. She also is fluffy and adorable. A > few months back Mad Dog purchased a new truck. He is a met” >
Merry Christmas to you, too! Honestly, when I write, I have no idea where my content comes from. It spills out of me before I can even process it. I think you are the bees knees!!