As I have said before, my goal is to be able to come home, feed the dogs, take them for a walk, and then relax. I'm not there yet. Yesterday after work I had to do a load of laundry because my dogs are shedding all over me. It is great to be able to do laundry so easily now but my clothes are going to wear out faster. I noticed the cuff of the jacket that is a hand-me-down from my sister is starting to fray. That means this jacket will have to move to the home-clothes pile and I'll have to find a new jacket for next winter.
Tomorrow the person that wants to adopt my rottweiler is bringing his mastiff over in the hope that they will get along better away from home. I am all for the experiment and I hope it works. The sooner I have less dogs the sooner I can accomplish my goal from paragraph one.
I've pretty much run out of time to prepare for my parents' arrival so I will just have to make the most of what I have. After I get back from helping them pack I will have 2 days to get my house in order before they arrive. that means cleaning and moving the dogs in to my room. I started sectioning the yard but then thought that the dog sitter would probably like to use the whole yard so I only put 2 panels up. After I get back I will put up the other 2 panels so that the dogs have half of the yard and my parents can have the other half. Perhaps my parents will want to plant trees and grow a lawn for me? We will see.
I am with you there, never enough time for everything.
I am sure your parents will be wanting to help with all sorts around the house and garden. Mine definitely would.
I hope my dogs don't bark at them every time they try to go outside. That would be bad.
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