Abby, “Mom, please turn off the lights. Moving is exhausting!”
Yes, that’s how tired Abby looked after helping us unpack. By the way, she is lucky since we are not unpacking everything. Remember to provide your canine companion a bed and some blankets.
Abby, “Mom, wait! I am not ready. Please wait!
Sorry Abby, but I had to capture that facial expression. We are taking nice walks except when the days don’t permit us to do so. All in all, I could say that although it was stressful to move and super tiring, to say the least, we are really glad to be back in Maryland and we are looking forward to all the adventures we’ll have in Crofton!
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Around 1pm, I took Alex and her canine companions out for a short walk around the neighborhood. When we were a couple of minutes away from home, it started to rain so we had to hurry up since I did not want them to get wet. After I dried them, they had a nice snack and went to bed.
Even Bella, who has boundless energy, was tired after our walk so she decided to follow suit and take a well deserved nap. What a great way to start this weekend.
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This is how my neighborhood looked a couple of days ago.
This is how it looked this morning when I took Dexter for a walk. It was still snowing. When we got back home I dried him, turn the heater on, and got him to go to his bed. We walked for about 1/2 hour and he seemed to enjoy the snow.
And this is how Dexter looked after our walk followed by breakfast. Yes, he was tired. What a hard life this good-looking doggie has, don’t you think?
Alex stayed with Cynthia at home since she is to be on bed rest for a while. I miss walking with her, but I don’t want to push it for I want her to get better. For those of you that had to go out in this crazy weather, please be careful, and for those of us that stayed home, eat, sleep, read, watch tv, etc., in other words, vegetate. I hope the weather improves soon. Take care.
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