Thursday, February 24, 2011

How do you solve a problem like . . .

William Cody???!!!!!

This guy's turning a year old at the end of this month.  I just love him to bits even if he kind of pretends - so many times - to read my books by chewing on them and shredding them to bits.  This dog knows my Achilles heel, like the back of his paw, when he looks at me in the eye, with those big black marble eyes, after he does some mischief again, like chewing on the furniture, the edge of the table, and even some of my underwears! Bad cheetah!  It breaks my heart everytime I leave him alone every morning as I go to work at the hospital.  But at the end of the day, he seems to forget that he was locked up whole day, and jumps with indescribable elation that I have come home.  He may equate my arrival to another piece of Denta-Stix but I don't care about that.  This dog only has me, and I, him.  That's all that really matters.   

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