While I worked on Thursday afternoon my co-worker attended her daughters play (pictured below). Any thoughts about what the play was about? I think that may be Mother Nature front and center, but I've no idea who the boys in the upper left may be.
With a slow schedule, I took Friday off and caught up on yard work. The dogs helped.
|~Sheba left & Hamlet on the right~|
Today we've had tornado warnings, thunderstorm warnings, and severe storm warnings. Heavy rain fell off and on all day. We have standing water in our backyard and the dogs have literally had to wade out to the grass. There have also been periods of thunder and lightening. Off and on throughout the years we've had dogs that have been afraid of the storms. The last few years the one to have the most fear was Tanner. Now that he's gone, I have to admit to looking forward to not having a dog with storm-phobias. However that changed today when CarrieAnne (below) picked up that torch and came and sat next to me after every rumble of thunder.
Despite all the noise outside, its been another quiet day at home. A TV show that has been on all day and I've been watching off and on is one I've never seen before called 'Parking Wars.' The show focuses on the employees of the Philadelphia and Detroit Parking Authority and their daily work: ticketing, booting (via wheel clamp) and towing cars all the while dealing with the tempers and rants that arise with the car owners who are all innocent victims. Remind me to check to see if we have any unpaid tickets and to not to park in Philadelphia. Actually, I don't recall ever getting a parking ticket (speeding, yes, more than once!) Have you ever gotten a parking ticket? Where were you and did you remember to pay it? Another question, have you ever left your dog out in the rain...I accidentally forgot Charlie outside today, but remembered him...eventually...