Friday, October 24, 2008

Crazy Dog!

My dog Lola is SO FUNNY! When she gets a new bowl of food, she takes the rug from underneath her bowls and covers them - over and over and over again. But she never leaves them covered.

She has also been known to leave single pieces of dog food on our living room floor. Sometimes she ventures a little farther and takes the single pieces of food in to the hallway or our bedroom. But there is ALWAYS a single piece of food somewhere in the house.

Then, a few months ago, it started to be come two or three pieces of food - until the other day. Freddy had been home with Lola for about an hour by the time I walked through the doors. I wander past the living room on my way to the office to tell my sweet husband hello and what do I see? Fourteen - count them - FOURTEEN pieces of dog food spread out on my living room floor. Crazy dog. Wish I would have taken a picture!

So, when I worked from home last week I noticed Lola slowly adding to her stash of food throughout the day and I tired to document it. She didn't get to 14 pieces and I didn't remember the time span like I told myself I would, but here are some pictures anyway.
I didn't catch on until there were 3 pieces.

Then there were 4.

And then 5. At least it wasn't 14!

5 comments:

Sara said...

It's because you bake your dog bone cakes on her birthday. Crazy Mom = Crazy Dog!

When I was acting goofy this morning Lathan told me, "Mom, you have a crazy silly bug in your ear I think."

*Kendra* said...

Funny! I don't have a dog, but my daughter seems to leave pieces of food around the house, so I can relate to you a little bit! :) Ha!

Andy & Sarah Curtis said...

LOL! That is so funny! Amos, our dog, plays with his food bowl until he spills all the food out on the floor, then he eats it :) Silly dogs!

Jessica said...

Cheryl,
Why is it that you can write blog stuff about the dumbest things and they still are somehow interesting!?!? You, my friend, have a gift. Abby doesn't leave food trails - the only bad habit she has is humping my 7-year-ole nephew's leg when he comes over. I do worry about how boring and neglected your blog will be once your little boy (yes, I said boy) arrives - you will have no more time for your "blog child" anymore. Love you!!

Cathy said...

Hey, she's just saving them for later.