I found these eggs by my front door, brought by the Easter Bunny.
When I looked inside the eggs, I laughed at something funny.
One egg, it was still unhatched, one had a dinosaur,
Stephen filled the other egg which caused my laugh to roar.
After fully hatching, I brought Stephen home.
As soon as he escaped the egg, the man began to roam.
He brought home many creatures, the dogs I liked the best.
They put up with all kinds of stuff, even getting dressed.
Life is full of ups and downs, cloudy days and sunny.
I love the times you don’t expect, like these three Easter Bunnies.
I find every day is a complete and total treasure.
I hope your days are filled with joy and laughter beyond measure.
This has been an eventful week in my household. Last weekend, Stephen (human), Dewey, Mia (Italian Greyhounds), and I drove 130 miles to meet Max, a 3-year old Italian Greyhound.
Max – on the rescue website
Dewey is 14 and Mia, 13 (both from the same rescue organization as Max). We had been thinking of adding a young dog to our
pack family who had the potential of becoming a therapy dog and we found that in Max. He came home with us. On the drive home, Max’s foster mom sent me this picture.
From Max’s foster mom
As excited as we were to adopt Max, it was also stressful. We weren’t sure how Max would fit in and whether the other dogs would accept him.
Max and Stephen on our first night home
Mia liked Max right away but Dewey pretended that Max wasn’t there.
On our first full day together, Max wanted to be on my lap and I found I couldn’t get anything done so I improvised, creating a situation where Max could be with me but where I didn’t have to hold him with my arms.
Max is in the bag. I’m glad he only weighs 11 pounds.
Day 5 Max was still clinging to me…
Sweet little Max
and Dewey finally acknowledged his existence. I think everything is going to turn out fine!
At the end of Max’s 6th day
May the farce be with you!