Along the way we stopped at a few quilt stores (ahem) as it's a good way to see areas of the country.
(that's my story and I'm sickin' to it)
We stopped in lovely Glendale Ohio, a planned village from 1900's. It was awesome. Gorgeous little homes, great town square with lovely little shops, a train station, gas lights, park, oh my. Of course I went into the quilt store (Stitches) where there are great supplies. Then we decided we three needed refreshment.
Cole first, " Will you look at that!
Why they knew I was coming and built this antique watering bowl, top for humans, middle for little humans, and one just right for me! So very perfect and boy did that water taste good"
You know how towns do statue projects? DC had donkeys and elephants...
That's right... and the bluebird of happiness flew into our lives with curried chicken sandwiches and salads to share. Shade, breeze, low humidity, good food, and I swear I saw Barney Fife drive by. Well it was a policeman probably looking for lunch since the town was so stinkin' cute I felt like I was at Disney World.
Cole: "Well it all started when I wanted to lay down in the park, not watch momma shop for more quilting supplies. Then they expected me to pose like an actor with that circus freak of a squirrel. Momman knows how I feel about squirrels. Well I wasn't cooperative. hmph. grrrr.
Then they start eating that good food, and, can you believe it??! They plop down a bowl of, wait for it...
dog food for me. What an insult! Just because I am allergic to chicken. And wheat.
Oh they eventually shared their chips but I have my figure to consider even if they don't.
I acted like I was having none of that dog food, until they obviously finished their whole meal and I realized that was it.
There is taking a stand..... and there is going hungry, and a poodle has to know what's what.
Don't tell the folks, but I had a right good time on this trip. Even more pics to come.