Then he told me that Mr. Doodle needs to be either in my arms, in his kennel, or on a leash whenever he's in the house until he has gone FOUR WEEKS without an accident.
You guys. FOUR WEEKS. That is an amount of time that I'm actually afraid of. I feel like when Matt sent me the pathetic rescue picture of Mr. Doodle and guilted me into saving him he forgot to mention that for at least four weeks I wouldn't have any semblance of peace in my life.
But oh my gosh. Because take at look at these Pictures & Distractions:
|"It's times like this that I think two dogs might be too many." Matt Broome.|
|Mr. Doodle got a name tag so now he knows he's here to stay.|
|Mr. Doodle slowly testing the limits of Mr. Grumpy Pants's patience.|
|Mr. Pants has been exhausted ever since Mr. Duncan Doodle came into our lives.|
|Mr. Doodle helping me work.|
|Mr. Doodle about to pounce.|
|Mr. Doodle guilting me into working from home.|
Crap to distract you from whatever you're supposed to be doing:
Meg's continued mockery of The Bachelor.
A hotel with great customer service. Thanks, Jodi.
A somber and beautiful story. Thanks, Bethany.
32 celebrity look-alikes. Thanks, Jon.
Interesting facts about Disneyland. Thanks, Jen.
The coldest town on Earth. Thanks, Derek.
Don't forget to follow Duncan on the Instas at mr_duncan_doodle. He even vlogs there. He puts a lot of time into that. And come join us on Facebook.
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~It Just Gets Stranger