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Double trouble!


Stuff that happens with two dogs in the house... 

This is what we came home to after leadership meeting.  Looks like they had quite a time with this Ficus tree.  Maddie continually eats these leaves and henceforth only the top portion of the tree is filled with leaves.  She gets in the dirt occasionally but usually only a tiny bit and I quickly vacuum it up.  I see she had a partner in crime who helped her make quite a bit more mess. 

The truth is I have been so busy with Celebration's launch on Sunday, regular details that I handle on a weekly basis and my other job that I have not even vacuumed this up yet!  (Critic:  "You didn't vacuum this up yet, yet you have time to blog?! "  Spare me, Mr. or Ms. Critic.  The truth is I can type this blog post in about 30 seconds and it would take me longer to find the vacuum and plug it in than it takes me for a blog post!  True story.) 

It's been a L-O-N-G day at work, and YES I did the Shred today even with all the insanity.  Just finished work a few moments ago and it's 1:11 am.  Time for bed and I will begin this rodeo all over again tomorrow, but it's a wonderful life, who's complaining?  

First order of business tomorrow?  Find vacuum...

Comments

Ruth, PA said…
Someday, I'd love to place a hidden camers in our home to see what goes on with our dog when we are not here. Then again....maybe not!! LOL :) Glad to see they are having so much fun! :)
Sharon said…
LOL!! You are too funny! I love you. xoxo
Oh my, forgot about all that! Now, it's all coming back! Our puppy ate the side of our box-spring mattress and chewed the leather cover off Keith's bible. She was full of God's word for sure and other things too!

Have fun!

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