This isn’t the first time I have housesat (this seems like not a word) and watched my parent’s 4 dogs, but it’s the first time I have documented it. As you can see, it’s super adventurous and every minute something new happens. For example, Tula, her toy poodle, was sitting on the far right side of the sectional, and now she is sitting on my left. It’s like you never know what is going to happen next.
I have already learned so much since being here, and it’s only the first day. I’m still afraid of the dark, commercials rarely advertise products anymore, and Internet puns have become a virus that has infected television.
Aside from that, I’m getting a lot of work done since I don’t hear garbage trucks, assholes on the loudest motorcycles known to man, and children screaming bloody murder, like I do at home.
Here are some highlights from Day 1 of Dogsitting:
My mom has a bunch of leftover desserts from Christmas and New Years that she needs gone before she gets back. Challenge accepted.
I brought the dogs inside almost immediately after my parents left. We all took a nap on the couch.
Me and Panda had some bonding time.
Tula moved from the couch to the ground.
Buddy was there.
I tried the Pecan pie.
And the cheesecake.
Then I worked and finished off the cheesecake.
Missy and Tula cuddled more.
I brought Zoe (one of my dogs, Tula’s baby and from Missy and Panda’s litter) over. She photobombed her own picture.
And wait for it.. this time it was Zoe and Tula sleeping. This shit is crazy.
We decided to take a break from napping and go outside.
Then I actually did work for 4 hours and slept on a couch with 4 dogs. It’s about as amazing as it sounds. I know you’re on the edge of your seat wondering what day 2 is like.. but you have to wait until tomorrow. There are eggs.