Miraculously, it’s been raining on and off for a week in Central Texas. In a year of catastrophic drought, the rain feels like a cooling, soothing, healing miracle.
But not to the dogs. Our dogs love long neighborhood walks, laying out on the grass, frisking around after a ball or a stick, going to dinner at the outdoor food courts down the road to meet new friends and vacuum up errant french fries under the picnic tables, and trotting outside after a satisfying nap to do their business before bounding back in for dinner.
That is, they love these things when it’s sunny and dry.
When it’s rainy? These crybabies barely even poke their heads out the door before uttering a long, sad sigh and trying to escape back into their warm little nests, desperately pretending that they do not, in fact, need to pee.
Instead, adoptable primadonna Dora the Explorer loves to spend rainy days sitting in our chair, practicing her modeling poses. She’s pretty sure her left side is her best side.
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