I just have gotten used to our new house. I can go up and down the stairs and I have comfy places to rest in the living room as well as the bedroom. There is a really nice kitchen and SHE doesn't get mad if I spill my water or my food, because it is easy to clean up. The yard is lots of fun. I can wander around and sniff and I know how to find my way back in. It is also fun to walk down the road. Other dogs walk it too, so there are great smells.
This past weekend we went to a place SHE called Bar Harbor. They have a really nice church and the people there really liked me. I was allowed to stay for both services. I walked into the church on my leash right next to HER and everyone said I looked like I really knew how to process, which I do. It was a big church so there were lots of places to explore, but I did most of my exploring before church started. I stayed very close to HER so I could help her if she needed me. I do have a hard time opening the Prayerbook though. I didn't even snore during the sermon.
The only problem was when we arrived and we went into a dark building with a lady. I didn't want to go and I put my paws down, but SHE dragged me across the wood floor. Drat wood floors, you can't get any traction! But then we went up some carpeted stairs and into a room, which was very nice. SHE took me back down the stairs and we went for a walk and then went inside again. This time the lights were on and it wasn't so scary. That's where we spent the night. The bed was nice and SHE was there and I didn't have to spend any time alone. When SHE went out to eat, I stayed in the car, which is ok because it is our car and I know it.
After church we drove and drove and drove some more. I thought we were going home, but we went to visit my friends Desi and Luci because SHE and her friend were going to a concert so we spent Sunday night at Desi and Luci's house. It is good to be back home, although I had to go to get some acupuncture this morning and SHE has to go see her doctor today too. I don't think SHE is going to be stuck with needles. It is time for a little nap since it has been a very busy day.
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