Between backpack blowing leaves and raccoon sightings, I think that I may be ready for the rainy days in the forecast. I captured a photo of Nancy blowing the leaves into the woods. As you may notice in the photo, she also had my ball thrower in her one hand. I was patiently waiting for another turn to catch my orange ball. Actually, I think I could sit outside all day long on these types of days. Besides, don’t raccoons only come out during the night hours (unless they are sick)?
So, it was 5:00 AM when we turned the outside lights on to see a huge raccoon scurry off from the deck and run under the fence. Then, that raccoon had the nerve to stare us down as if to say, “Come on, let Harmony out to play with me!” Nancy made me wait for quite a while. Seriously, I almost had to pee on the rug. But, hey, I am a well trained standard poodle (thanks to Jill, Musicque Standard Poodles) so I waited without jiggling around too much. We searched the trees because sometimes those raccoons climb up and watch over us, going unnoticed at first.
My one of many clean sherpa blankets is so nice after such a busy day. My energy will be rejuvenated after I finish dictating this blog. I was too lazy to write it today, so I hope Siri doesn’t goof on too many spellings and grammar. Nancy warned me about Siri, saying she has sent incorrect messages often because she didn’t check Siri’s work.
OK, after I tell Siri to send this blog, I am taking a much needed nap. Have a great week!