it was a truly crappy night…

Posted: October 9, 2012 at 7:48 am

smokey wandered around knocking bowls of food and water over, driving maybe and griffin totally nuts. and maybe and griffin bitching all night got andy and jesse and jelly and phoebe and odie worked up and reacting til none of us got very much sleep.

some days i freaking hate dogs. i don’t know why they can’t just bite the bullet and shut up, be quiet and patient and calm when something is going on instead of adding their 2 cents to the escalating chaos. they don’t have a brain cell between them that can figure this kind of thing out….sigh…some people are sort of like that too.

i call it the wind up…everyone starts getting anxiously high on some little trauma until it becomes a tidal wave.
it is beyond stupid and i have to spend hours getting everyone back down to reality again.
and the reality is…smokey and whatever he is doing is not anyone’s big problem…carol is the real big problem so shut up, lay down and go to sleep and maybe she will eventually just go away.

it’s exhausting.

7 Comments on "it was a truly crappy night…"

  • suzanne says

    sounds like you need to set up a cot or an air mattress for yourself in the BARN so you can go out there and sleep peacefully surrounded by the lovely smell of hay and the calming, restful breathing of large animals! LOL!

  • francesca wilson says

    Carol sorry this is a bit late letting you know. Marie and I will be at SAINTS next Wednesday not today (I think we marked the calendar today).
    Thank you

  • Brent says

    Yeah, the barn, with Ziggy the light switch monitor, that would be restful.

  • Ian and Mary says

    Is Ziggy still doing the light switch thing at night?

  • Carol says

    yes he is. like 10 times a night..little energy sucking bastard!
    i have been thinking about converting to clap on clap off and getting rid of the switches altogether..ziggy can’t clap.

  • Dionne says

    lol Ziggy is so cute 😀

  • suzanne says

    You can get one of those switch covers used for outdoor plugs at home depot for not very much $. they just screw on and the little cherub would have to learn how to flip the lid up while simultaneously flicking the switch. Not.

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