First of all, I want to thank all of you for the kind words about Winston. The poems, the e-mails, the comments, it all meant a lot. It made me want to be a nicer person. I announced this to my groovy girl crochet friends last night, and they all wondered aloud...."how long will that last?"
OK so yesterday I woke up, after not much sleep the night before, said good-bye to my Shug as he left for work, and tried to go back to sleep. No dice. (No dice? Don't know where that came from, I don't recall ever saying it) Anyway, I couldn't get back to sleep, so I decided I'd get up and get my shower....and THIS was in the shower! After calling Dad, then Mom (at work) and neither of them would come over and kill it, I had to take matters into my own hands. I took a shoe, and screamed while hitting it...three times! ACK!
Then today, after having slept like a baby last night, I woke up to the sound of my husband yelling, "Cindeeee, your dog peed all over the bathroom and I stepped in it." So, I get out of bed, go into the bathroom, and proceed to clean it up, while he walks to another area, and steps in more pee, then continues walking around.
What the "H"?
First of all, I tell my Shug to stop walking around and go get in the shower. Jeeeesh....
And What the "H"? again.
Why is Dixie now peeing in the house? He did pee in the house when we first got him, then we got him housebroken, then when Winston came along, they had pissing contests (pardonemme' my French and my spelling).
Anyway, at least it wasn't on something, but rather on the floor. He's taking to peeing like a girl lately.
So, here's my take on the situation....I heard him gagging sometime during the night, so I think he gagged, got thirsty, decided to drink up then had to go pee so he did.
Oh yeah, and there was also puke in his bed.
So by 6:00 a.m. this morning, I cleaned up two pees, a puke, and did two loads of laundry.
I wonder what tomorrow will bring.
I wonder if I'm going to start liking country life.
I wonder if I will ever get a routine established.
Ok, so let's pick up where we left off with the Brown County trip. Only let's make it fast, because quite frankly, life goes on, and I'm ready to get that weekend over! This is the rustic cabin we stayed in, in Brown County State Park.
This was breakfast my Shug brought from the lodge to the cabin. I'm not even going to explain.
There are several blocks of old houses and log-cabins that have been turned into stores.
This is my favorite coffee shop down there. The Daily Grind. It's my favorite because they have good chicken salad sandwiches and they always put lots of whipped cream on their latte's.
After some shopping and lunch we went back to the park for a hike.
I wonder if any of these people are still together.
There were actually a lot more fall colors than it looks like in the pics.
Bummer about the steps.
Then we went back in town, did some more shopping and had some fried biscuits with apple butter. YUM!
You see a lot of old stuff in Brown Co.,
and at garage sales.
I didn't even ask how much the stove cost, but I loved it. No way to get it home.
A few of the signs we saw in Brown Co. My Shug bought this one!
And these were at the coffee shop.
Wish I had one of those cookies about right now!