Day 19 of my September challenge.
I have been channeling the Church Lady a lot in my head lately.
She has been roaring around the house from dawn to dusk like she just finished off her second Red Bull and is as fired up as Air Boss Johnson after two snot-nosed jockeys did a fly-by.
She is going after every inanimate object in the house.
Couches. Backpacks. Plants. Chairs. Rocks. Batteries. Nerf bullets. Rugs. And the list goes on.
Since she is our puppy, I need to have a better theory than her being the spawn of satan.
So I like to think she is a little four-legged bodyguard protecting my honor by chewing on them with her razor-sharp teeth.
Ms. Lucy: Did you hear what that ottoman called you?
Mr. Shife: No. What?
Ms. Lucy: A bloody knob head.
Mr. Shife: Are you serious, Lucy? That is unacceptable.
Ms. Lucy: No worries, bro. I got this.
the chompasaurus chomp chomp chomperella goes.
Talk to you tomorrow.
I will persevere.
I will keep moving forward.
I will be the stream.
Lucy is staking her claim as the HBIC!ReplyDelete
And doing a fine job at it, Bob.Delete
Puppies be crazy! I'm too old for another one. More power to you.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Deedles. Another confirmation that I am crazy.Delete
That sweet little innocent face???ReplyDelete
I know, Bijoux. Hard to believe.Delete
Puppies are destructive but then so are cats. Gotta love them regardless.ReplyDelete
We do love her very much, Margaret.Delete
Perhaps you should call in an exorcist?ReplyDelete
Sounds like a fun weekend activity, Debby.Delete
The first six months with a puppy or kitten is high-speed everything. And then just as the cuteness is fading, they get better behaved. It's a good thing, too. Otherwise no one would ever take them on :)ReplyDelete
Very true, jenny_o.Delete
Oh the joys of puppyhood. I hope she'll grow out of it??
She will, Sixpence, but I wanted express myself because Chomperella was out of control. All is better now.Delete
I do not want another pet. The cat is lucky to be around still.ReplyDelete
Good luck to the cat.Delete
Remember, puppies are like babies, they try and put everything in their mouths. Also keep in mind, Lucy is also going to try and chew out her puppy teeth. People forget that puppies get puppy teeth the same way babies get baby teeth. Puppies are great!!!ReplyDelete
They are wonderful, Dave R., and a lot like babies. I forgot how much work it is to raise a good puppy.Delete
Cats are just as bad but they have the advantage of getting on counters, tables, etc., so they can get in twice as much trouble. Now that Abe's a year old, it's getting a LITTLE better, just a little. You've got a ways to go buddy :)ReplyDelete
I know I do, kden. I just needed to vent.Delete
That's hilarious. Falcor was and still is a chewer. He tore up so many shoes, socks and pillows when he was a puppy. Now we keep him stocked up on chew toys and keep the shoes off the floor. You would think at 8 years old he wouldn't want to chew anymore and while he's better, those toys don't stand a chance.ReplyDelete
This is not what I needed to hear, Mary.Delete
too old for puppies or kittens..all they do is eat shit and destroy...nooooo thanksReplyDelete
They are a handful, YDG.Delete