Monday, June 23, 2008
A Dog With No Master
During the day our dog Sydney hangs with her best friend, our youngest daughter Paige. At night, however, she becomes the dog of my oldest son Zach. She sleeps next to him in his bed all night long until morning.

She has not been a happy camper lately. This will be the fifth night Zach has been gone and the dog is driving us all CRAZY walking around the house looking for him.

Doesn't she look sad?

We had to put her outside to sleep the last few nights so she would stop pacing the house looking for her master. You would think she would be happy to have the bed all to herself but it seems she prefers to have a cuddle buddy.

Even the bunny looks sad.

This mom is missing her boy too. He called today and said they have had a lot of rain so half of there baseball games have been cancelled. Hopefully the sun will shine tomorrow so they can make some of them up.

I'm getting anxious for Sunday when we will all be back together again.


  posted at 9:11 PM  

At 7:03 AM, Blogger Crissybug said...

Hopefully Sunday will come fast! I can't imagine having my baby gone that long!

At 3:56 AM, Blogger Heidi @ GGIP said...

What a sweet mama you are! I bet you do miss him!!!


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