Posted : 10/31/2016 4:39:47 PM
Happy Halloween to everyone and to your 4-legged furry goblins! We get tons of kids at our door, so it presents a challenge with Ruby. DH has to hang on to her leash while I pass out the candy. We don't let her get too close to the door because we worry she'll jump on the kids, or worse. When DH gets tired of having to leave the football game on TV, he'll crate her until the candy is gone.
Callie, I hope your trip to NY went okay -- that the weather wasn't too awful and that you felt like it was productive. Having to deal with all kinds of issues with an elder attorney for my MIL's situation the past couple years, I know how frustrating all that can be. Sometimes you just want to scream!
Glenda, I hope you're feeling better. I ruptured an eardrum when I was a kid and I remember how painful it was, the drainage, etc. To this day, my ears give me way more problems than the average person -- like when I'm on an airplane, for example.
Doug, I know a woman who raises alpacas and spins their fur/hair and makes many beautiful items she sells at local farmers' markets and such. They are so cute from the photos I've seen. She has told me to come visit her farm to meet them in person. I hope to do that soon.
Kate, I hope the new ramp offers much more convenience for your Mom. Best wishes to Rock for a happy return to pet therapy!
Ginger, good to "see" you, too. I'm afraid I will not be heeding your warning about too much candy. I expect I will be eating several pieces leftover tonight!! :-)