Edging toward back to normal

Pooches, our pack had high hopes that we would be returning to our normal schedule today after our holibobs that past week and a half but it was not to be.  Having neglected his morning walk/run for more than a week, my manservant once again set it aside in order to carry Starlight to an early morning checkup with her vet.  I was pleased to hear that the vet proclaimed Starlight to be on the mend and road to recovery when my manservant returned to our den with a grumbling Starlight in tow.

My manservant claimed he was still recovering from a nasty respiratory infection (slight case of the sniffles) and he said today would be a cocooning day.  When he explained he was not up to going to yoga class this morning Starlight and I knew there would be no excursion.  I suggested to my manservant that he needed to take a proactive approach to recovery and cook a ‘down home’ lunch to promote his healing. It was then that a gleam appeared in his eyes and he quickly headed to the market.

After all cooking had been completed a couple of hours later the early afternoon provided a bounty at our picnic bench.  When our appetites had been satisfied we waddled inside for an afternoon of snoozing while my manservant supercocoons.  We’re stuffed!

Sunshine

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My manservant says if we can have supermoons then we can have supercocooning days.

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Gee! It certainly smells good.

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My manservant was prescribed a ‘down home’ meal by me: smoked pork neckbone, cabbage, black-eyed peas, and hot water bread. Boy, Hidy!

 

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