Woo Woo Woo Pups, Girl Girl, and Wilber....
Well, I hope you all had a lovely Thanksgiving (if you celebrated it)! Before I start my post for today, I wanted to thank everyone for the kind wishes about my great granna. She is doing much better now. She goes back to the doctor in one week, so keep those positive thoughts coming and let's hope the bleeding in her brain has stopped.
So, after all of my turkey, dressing, sweet potatoes, steak, and other various yummy foods on Thursday, I had made plans to sleep in on Friday. Little did I know that my parents were planning something completely different. At 4 a.m. Friday morning, the alarm goes off. I sprung out of the bathtub and ran to the bed. I jumped up and looked at my parents like "What the heck?" Mom rolled out, tossed her hair in a ponytail, threw on clothes and took me outside. Then, her and dad looked at me and said, "We are going to run a quick errand." What the crapola?!?!? It is 4 a.m.; what kind of errand do you possibly have to run?
So, they were gone for what seemed like forever (ok, really only 45 minutes). They walked in the door with this huge box in their hands. Let's take a look at what Tia and I discovered.
Oh yes, as soon as they walked back in the door at 5:15 a.m., they got to work. Taking cords off the old TV, unhooking stuff, moving things around, etc. Once they got this monstrosity of a TV set up, they kicked back on the sofa with coffee. Ummm... what about going back to bed?!?!?! Tia and I were totally confused. It is ok for us to wake the humans up before the crack of dawn, but not the other way around.
Oh, to make matters worse, mom got dad to help her get all of the Christmas decorations out. Sigh! I asked when I was going to get to take a nap, and mom shrugged her shoulders and told me I could nap now. How can a Siberian possibly take a nice nap when there is clacking and banging going on - not to mention things to smell that I have not smelled in a year?
Well, I finally got to nap... around 10 a.m. when mom finished moving stuff around. We took some photos today of the Christmas tree and mantle. I will share those with you tomorrow or Tuesday. I am gonna scoot for now since the University of Georgia Football Game is on TV. I need to root on my DAWGS!