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A week in the 2

When both of the boys are at school Dharma is always right beside me. Always within a foot, I'm constantly tripping over her, accidentally stepping on her tail/foot. Though there are times when I've tripped over her (for the 7th time) and near missed a face-plant I feel like "grrr this is my time"..then she looks up at me with those sad eyes and I melt. She's a nice companion to have right at your feet. She knows exactly when to lay her head in your lap so you'll take a moment to breathe and just be.

1 comment:

Jnet B said...

My dog does this same thing. Drives me bonkers! Although he's an 80# Lab - a bit bigger than Dharma. You can always count on them being there, especially when you want to use the bathroom!


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