Whimsical, lively, and always entertaining – a Boston Terrier is full of surprises. If a dog could produce a bubble from a wad of Double Bubble, count on a Boston to do it. Gina saw this framed print at the mall - a nice gift we love.
A day full of non-stop puttering and heavy duty cleaning around the house isn’t exactly what I always look forward to but it sure felt great. Chloe and Bella were in the yard while I cleaned house, so I checked on them every few minutes – always concerned about mischief.
I was delighted to see not one, but two Brown Thrashers. Last year I had only seen one at a time. Leaning comfortably on the fence with camera, intending on a lengthy photo shoot, I happened to glance at the face.
She normally looks like this.
Half smiling but disgusted, too, I asked, “What happened to your face? Come over here and let me take your picture.”
I had a Bee Botox treatment! OK?
I told you my skin was sagging, woman.
And if you ask me, YOU could use a Bee Botox shot or ten around your lips also. And what about that chicken neck? Ick.
Get me a mirror but don’t look at yourself in it because it might crack.
Her supply of antihistamine needed replenishing so I drove to the grocery store during a thunderstorm. She’ll never learn to mind her own business and to keep her nose out of holes! She’s had spider bites and bee stings too many times - one bite warranted a trip to the vet because her eyes sealed closed from swelling. This was a mild case, so I laughed. My old girl is still the skilled terrier, with or without Bee Botox injections.
A few hours later, she broke out in hives on her back and legs and spent the rest of the evening slamming her body on the carpet for itch relief. I needed sleep. Right before bedtime, she received a dose and a half of antihistamine and I gave a dose to Bella, too - just because.
Yes, I drugged my dogs.
This is for you, Max. Hope you're feeling better.