came by to visit today. Casey came inside to get me, telling me that Abi
was outside and that she had a dog with her! We're dog people, anyone who reads my blog knows that, so as much as I love Abi
, I was even more excited to go outside and see the dog.
I walked out behind Casey to see Abi kneeling down behind this adorable pup that honestly looked like it was smiling from ear to ear.
As Casey and I walked towards them, naturally I'm ooohhhing and awwwwing and, suddenly, this sweet thing comes charging at us in total attack mode and that smile had turned into an extremely intimidating baring of teeth.
Not that it's important, but did I fail to mention Abi's dog is a pit bull? Abi had her on a leash, and she was sure testing it's distance!
As I kept going towards the dog (yeah, I'm an idiot) I'm telling Casey to "stay away from her, she's a pit bull". Now that I think about that, that wasn't the right thing to say. I don't have anything against pit bulls, but their bite tends to do more damage than other dogs. Abi explains that her dog, Sadie (love that name), doesn't care much for males so I told Casey to go inside. I wanted Sadie to like me so I could love on her. But even after Casey went inside, it took Sadie quite awhile to warm up to me. But, finally she did. When I'd scratch her head and ears, she'd just lean into me and she was soooo soft. I love that she's so protective of Abi, because I'm very protective of Abi also. The great thing about this dog is her 'smile'. She has these white marks on her face and around her mouth, and when she's got her mouth open, she honestly looks like she has this huge grin. Adorable.
Pictures? Of course I've got pictures!
I wish I could have gotten a better picture of her 'smiling'. She was sweet though, nearly as sweet as her owner. :)
The boys and I went to see Hot Fuzz over the weekend. I didn't really want to see it, but the boys insisted I go to get me out of the house. I'm glad I went, it was pretty funny. Not anything like I thought it would be, and not as funny as I thought it would be either. But it was worth seeing. The boys liked it a lot, they thought it was "great".
My friend, Lisa
, had the prom experience at her house this weekend. Please drop by her blog to see pictures of her gorgeous daughter, Becca, and read another mom's story about her child growing up.
Oh, and my buddy, Wes
, has got quite the blog of controversy going on today. Stop by and respond so I can read your comments over there.
Enjoy your day, y'all. :)