In our last blog we spoke about the frigid cold and the "Mammoth" snow event that crippled our NCDOT. Yups the road maintenance certainly was sub-par this go round. Mother nature cleared our road after a few days of sunshine and warmer temps.
After the thaw our weather turned into something a winter dream is made of. We have been experiencing springtime in January. It's a gift from the Gods. BOL I've been tracking squirrels, bunnies, and even the deer and wild turkeys that dare to cross my yard and enter my woods. Mom and I both are appreciating the break from the typically cold temps that are our norm this time of the year.
To catch you pups and peeps up on what's been going on here at our house here's little update..My doggy hair-dresser has moved shop to the other side of town since my last haircut. Needless to say after 5 years going to one place to get my hair cut I was a bit stressed when we didn't make our trip to her "normal" shop. I started letting Mom and Dad know I was getting confused and a bit unhappy, when we didn't make the usual turn onto the old street. Upon arrival I had to give things the "sniff-over". Stepping into the boutique I was very impressed. There's a doggy masseuse, my doggy hair-dresser, and a vet stops in once a month to answer any pressing questions you may have that you may want a 2nd opinion on concerning your health issues. My hairdresser and I had a nice quiet visit. After my haircut I told her I loved the new place and gave her my approval. I hope all her other clients love the new accommodations as much as I do. (I'm really looking forward to getting a doggy massage, I got a bit stressed during the holiday).
The only other thing going on is Mom and Dad have noticed a bit of a change in my vision. I seem to miss the ball a little more often than I used to. Mom thought possibly my hair could be falling into my eyes and that maybe shorter bangs would solve my problem. Her and Dad had a chat and decided that a trip to my dogtor might be in order as well. I've told them there's nothing to worry about but you know how pawrents are. So Mon. I'll be making one more trip to town to get my eyes checked out. Keep my family and I in your prayers pawfuriends, you know how pawrents worry.
Wishing you all fun sniffs through the woods and warm sleeps in a sunbeam as you nap on the floor,
Love, Molly and my Mom