Once a month my two girl-friends ( who are sisters) from Baltimore come up to visit me in PA. They have always been my biggest supporters. We wound up going to a really cool gardening shop, as usual, I bought stuff I didn't need, just wanted. We are planning a girlz trip to Lancaster and The Amish country in a few weeks. I can't wait. I have bought some of their homemade preserves and baked goods and they were yummy. A boy about 6 took my cash and made change. I admire at how strongly they adhere to their faith.
Tina has chilled out, thank the heavens. I know how fragile she is, but yet strong at the same time. I run from drama and chaos. I lived too much of it in my younger years. No desire to continue it as I grow older.
The dog has her nose on my knee and it is twitching which means she has to pee. I am quite the site walking her. I am constantly staring at her butt to see if she is ready to "go poopy". When I am impatient I tell her "Go poopy now dammit"...Than I put myself in her paws and wonder how I would like it if I was on the commode and someone is barking "Go poopy now". So this dog, Harley has taught me patience, love and how to be silly. Since I lost Auggie I never thought I would find that again. Have a great day and by golly, go poopy when YOU feel like it. Peace!