Monday, July 20, 2015
travel is exhausting for a poodle-in-charge
Here I am at the Homewood Suites in Beavercreek Ohio.
First of all, no one asked me if I wanted the family to go on a business trip across the world.
I do like to be with my people, but whew! A long ride-in-the-car.
There are a lot of new smells to take in on that kind of trip
On a trip I MUST smell every grate. I am on a mission to smell grates across the USA.
You never know what's been there.
I love this picture of me with my people, our shadows are very artistic, no? My momma loves art.
My peeps and I walked here at least three days out of 5 in Ohio. We all like a little peace at the end of a busy day of sniffing.
I assume they're sniffing, where else would Dad go all day?
I know momma sniffed at least 20 quilt shops on this trip!The first day on our own, while Daddy went "dog"knowswhere, was to this craft shop. www.busybeaverarts.com/
They loved me!!
They petted me and let me come in to watch over momma as she shopped and shopped. Beads, yarn, fabric, every craft was represented in one shop. I took a moment to see this little fairy world in a dish
While he was gone, I got a chance to run the hotel.
The little girls behind the pool fence were especially cute, adoring me as they were. The outside table with umbrella was nice, feeling the dry air blowing around my hair while momma beaded. The housekeeping manager took a real liking to me, and sat on the floor petting me while telling mommy about her dogs.
I don't know why I was so worried, somehow Dad found his way back in the evenings, somehow momma with her poor sense of direction found her way back to the hotel to meet him.
Still, I couldn't rest for a few days. On the third day I just put myself to bed early and trusted they wouldn't leave me. It's exhausting to have to sleep with one eye open.
I have a lot of memories to share with y'all and will write all about them over the next week.