I sent Tony on a brief mission
downstairs. A half hour later, I discovered he and Tutter in the midst
of a man-to-gander chat.
Subsequently, Tony decided that we
should bring a kiddie pool into the house and bed it with hay (not
water!) and put it in our living room, so Tutter can sit with us.
Sometimes I think I'm the only
nutty one around here, so it's at times like this that a parade goes off
in my heart. YES! Tutter in the living room--that is a FANTASTIC idea!
(I best get on it before he changes his mind!)
This morning after giving Tutter
his meds and leaving the infirmary, he flapped across the pen to follow
me to the door. Oh, how I love this guy...
Oh alright, Tutter--I guess I have
time for one more snuggle, one more hug, one more kiss . . . okay and
one more snuggle and one more hug, and one more kiss . . . This could go
on FOREVER. Tutter, I have to go. I'll check on you again soon; I
Sheesh, and I thought saying
good-bye to my daughter for Kindergarten was hard. :)