Tuesday, March 31, 2009

How Much Is That Doggy in the Window?

They say the first step is admitting you have a problem. That's what they say anyway. But, what if you enjoy your addiction? Then it's not really a 'problem', right? Well, I don't believe my dog-addiction is a problem. Others may disagree though (*cough* Hubs *cough*), when every single time I hear or read "Puppies for sale", I start scheming and trying to figure out how I could add a fourth furball to our pack. *Sigh* Give me a break, I already admitted it's an addiction, but I just can't admit it's a problem. Besides, this is just a post. It's not like I went out and brought home another puppy. So, Hubs, if you're reading this, you can relax.

One of the highlights of my day is pulling in my driveway after driving home from work and seeing that Hubs has let the 'kids' out so they could come greet me when I get home. When I see their beautiful faces light up when they realize Mommy is home, and they come running to greet me, a huge smile forms on my face and my heart melts... each and every time. So, no, you will not be seeing any "Dogs for sale" signs in my yard... ever! My dogs own my heart. They love me unconditionally, and, as you know, my dogs keep me sane. ;-)

I happen to know of a co-worker who has Puppies for sale right now. They are Yellow and Black Labrador Retrievers. Oh, and I really want another Great Pyrenees... and another Golden Retriever... and... OK, I better stop now. Seriously though, can you imagine my Maggie-May teaching a puppy everything she knows? Oh boy would we have our hands full! It certainly would be a blast though! I mean, come on, we've got three dogs... what's one more?

Yes, I know, I'm out of control. It's really nothing you didn't already know, right?

3 comments:

Autumn

Don't tempt me. If I didn't love her, I'd offer you a slightly used Plott hound.
That's one thing I've really missed about Poor Hubby being away: him letting the girls out when I get home so they can come greet me. Somehow it's not the same inside.

Akelamalu

Did I hear you say "My name is Misty and I'm a doggy addict" ? LOL

Tammy

Hey guess what, you won the book contest. I need your address again.

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