You know that one episode of Seinfeld where Jerry leaves the apartment and Kramer immediately springs into action- moving furniture, inviting people over, and generally having a grand old day? Then Jerry comes home and Kramer is napping and he thinks that’s all Kramer did all day.
That’s Lola and I when the Hubster leaves for work in the morning.
This morning, mere seconds after the Hubster closed the door, Lola and I went on a tear around the house. We were chasing a ball trying to build up enough predator prowess that we might have a shot at keeping up with the bunnies that call our backyard home. Lola and I ended up slamming into one another in the hallway and having to catch a mirror that was falling off the wall.
Guess those bunnies will continue to elude us!
We immediately launched into a rousing rendition of “Get in the Bath” and I realized that Lola needs a swimming pool. She was really struggling to earn those Olympic gold medals in the tiny tub. Wrestling that porker out of the tub and into a towel left us both breathless. Side note: There’s a small possibility I’m out of shape. But just slightly, I mean, I blame Lola for being hard to corral because there’s no way I’m that out of shape.
Lola and I ate lunch in the man room while we plotted how to takeover the room and turn it into a bouncy house. But not your average bouncy house, that wouldn’t be special. We want a really awesome dog version with tunnels that lead to treat pits and bubble machines that never stop pumping out bubbles to chase.
By the time the Hubster came home we were exhausted and napping.
He naturally assumed we had been sitting in the same spot all day.
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