Adorable randomness. I dare you not to smile.
I am on a campaign – a mission, if you will – for us to get a dog.
Image from justdog.org
I even named our future dog; meet Olaf. Here is a rundown of tactics I’ve used to convince my husband that we absolutely need to get a puppy:
3. Logical conversations
4. Extolling the virtues of a puppy
5. Pretend carrying a puppy and pretend scratching its ears
6. Dropping hints that I want a dog
7. Flat out saying that I want a dog
8. Threatening to get a cat
9. Talking about my previous dogs
10. Giving a name to the future dog
My husband has thus responded with, “I think what you really want is a baby.”
It’s either he knows me extremely well or he’s an evil genius.
Ok, this is a cheat entry. It’s technically Day 17 but I was too tired yesterday to go online. I had a show last night and then household stuff when I got home.
All I can say is that it’s really tough to maintain the house and hold a job. To think, my job does not even require me to be at the office for an x number of hours! I can hardly imagine how others do it, especially those with kids.
Given all these, I have reached two conclusions: (1) going to the laundry shop is the way to go and (2) i’m putting off getting a dog (since we really were waiting to have a child, we were thinking of exercising parental instincts on a puppy. With my husband and I so busy, it would be cruel to get one.)
“If you had the time, would you have loved me?”
Image source: dogpuppy.cn