Lysol not pictured.
We have moved to taking over Mom’s slippers
Shiloh had a tick in her neck. We rubbed petroleum jelly on the area, burned the tick’s butt, then I tweezed, deeply, to not break him in half. When I pulled him out, I was wide eyed with wonder examining his smashed body.
It was my first time tweezing a tick out of a body.
That is a wonder absolutely. The news has been filling us all with anxiety. A day off is important. (Don’t worry I still see some stuff online, but we have been watching a lot of CNN too. And tonight we did not.)
Today I took Shiloh for a long walk. Yesterday was national puppy day! Love this pup of ours.
Today was the second day I’ve brought Shiloh, now nearing 11 weeks, to the university. I’m grateful to live only about ten minutes away, so I can bring her and take her home in a feasible amount of time.
When I walk her though campus, the joy I see on strangers’ expressions and friends’ faces brings me the feeling of wonder. It’s almost like a wonder domino effect. Shiloh brings delight to someone, I witness their faces, the delight spreads to me.
We all need more puppy therapy at busy college campuses.
Is wondrous. He is three! He took this! Then one from his mama ain’t so bad.
Meet our new little angel—who we picked up on a Full Moon. Shiloh girl. 💖 The best wonder of the year.