It's The Thought That Counts

My dogs were so happy to see me come home last night. They wiggled and screamed and made fools of themselves. I loved it.

This morning as I stumbled in the dark making coffee (I prefer not straining my eyeballs and making that eyeball muscle hurt with bright lights) my dogs were insistent that I join them for their morning routine and peeing and barking.

Generally every morning four out of five go out in the dark for about 30 minutes. They run in twos. Cedie stays back and sleeps in.

This morning Tanner and Haley came back in 5 minutes and attempt to get me to join them. I was flattered. I opted not to trot around the neighborhood and pee and sniff but it was nice just to be asked.

5 comments:

Rock Chef said...

Aw, that could have been a life-changing experience!

Micky-T said...

Deep down,and with much passion, I would like to live with multiple dogs.

MELackey said...

I join my dog for an afternoon whiz off the back patio most afternoons.

Coffeypot said...

When I take my dogs out in the evening, I always pee with them. Off the deck, by the dogwood, over at the fence, we bond that way. I just don't do any butt sniffing - nor do I allow it to be done to me - by the dogs.

terri said...

It's good to be loved, isn't it?