Kennel Cough

Kennel Cough
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Ali and Justin recently decided to rescue (adopt) a new dog. They thought it would be a good idea to take their dog, Jax, along to the pound to see if he got along with any of the dogs they were interested in. When I heard they did that, I thought “uh oh.” While they didn’t get a new dog (yet), Jax did get a bad case of Kennel Cough. Jax used to come over here almost every day to play with Percy but now he has to stay at his house until he’s all better and long past the infectious stage, which could last for weeks.

Right now, Jax just wants to lie around and do nothing, when he’s not coughing and wheezing. Poor baby. 🙁

I have a Maxism for you this week.

We were having a family discussion on what we wanted done with our bodies when we die. I said, “I want to be cremated and placed in five urns. All my five children must put me on their mantles at their homes and they must talk to me each day so I won’t get lonely. If they are too busy to talk to me, they should at least turn on the TV.” (I was kidding, of course.)

Max (age 11) said, “I want to be buried when I die.”

I asked, “Why?”

He replied, “So, if there’s a zombie apocalypse, I can come back.”

Angela

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