August 21st 2012 8:19 am
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It's day three of our New Mexico adventure and boy do I have a lot to yap about. The mornings start out nice and sunny with maybe a few scattered clouds peppering the skies. Don't let that fool you though because come the afternoon, the skies blacken and boy does it rain.
Daddy finally got someone to come out and put in the water line trenches that the plumber needed in order to install the pipes, but after the hard rains we had yesterday they are all filled with water so now we have swimming pools - BOL, BOL.
I have been having a grand time here running around and smiling as big as I can because I love it here. I was outside running and didn't pay attention to where I was going and fell across one of the trenches. Momma quickly grabbed me before I fell in.
Coco on the other hand is not enjoying New Mexico too much. With all the rain comes thunder and lighting. You can stand in the doorway and see the lighing come down and immediately the thunder comes right after it, thus indicating it is very close by. Momma put Coco's Thundshirt on her but the it didn't seem to help so finally she put us both in the travel crate and covered it with a towel and that seemed to help her. These rain storms come and go in the afternoon but boy do they drop a lot of water. Our property is currently flooded and momma was asking daddy if he was going to build a boat next - BOL
Anyhow, that's it for now because this I am using daddy's computer so I can't be on it too long.
Are you going to help with the construction?
I know how Coco feels. I don't like storms either.
You two have fun and enjoy that wonderful property.
have tons of fun running and playing, hope the storms pass so Coco isn't scared anymore
I'm so worried about you and my love Coco. I don't like the thought of my girl being so scared of all of that thunder and the floods could carry you both off never to be seen again. Please tell your momma and daddy to take extra special care of you both.
I have a elk story my momma told me to tell your momma. Once, while hiking in the Colorado Rockies near Steamboat Springs, momma and her brother heard a noise in the forest of trees, they stopped moving because they thought it might be a bear. But slowly from out of the trees, almost soundless appeared a huge elk buck. He stood not 4 feet from momma. Momma doesn't know how many points he was but he was amazing big. There was no movement for a few seconds and then momma tried to get her camera but just that slight movement spooked the elk and he sprinted away and was gone in a split second. What an experience that was. Momma said she wasn't scared that he might hurt them. He was the most beautiful creature momma had ever seen.
Did I eber telled yu pupses 'bout da herd ob gwizzwy bears I skeered 'way fwum da peepoles on my bestest beech??? No?
Tu bad. It r unbewiebable :D
Keep wearin' yur Funnershirt, Coco Wose. It r a cumulative kinda fing an' it will ged bedder!
Please tell us about it Zaidie. I want to know how you did that in case I ever have the opportunity to have a close encounter with a herd of grizzly bears.
Hmmm...Ummm...Hey!! Wookit da skwerl ober dere →! See him?? O.M.D. :D
SKWERL???? Where? BARKBARKBARKBARKBARKBARKBARKBARKBARK.
Hey Puff - rain is never fun, especially if there are loud noises that go along with it too.
Dat thunder stuff don't bother me too much either.