I had a dog sitter for Dixie. The sitter was a bit concerned because 1. Dixie doesn't like snacks. 2. Dixie doesn't play and 3. Dixie is not interested in exercise. Jumping
up and down onto the couch is considered her exercise. Early next week, I am taking her to day care, where they are completely computerized. Appointments are made on line, services are reserved on line. I just didn't have the patience to go through the information
wanted, so I did the old fashion way and called on my cell phone. I got Dixie her appointment and also they scheduled an appointment for me to bring in my iPad and be instructed in how to register, next
time, on line. I think it's pretty funny that when I leave my pet , I also get an in put lesson on my computer. While Dixie was with her new sitter, I was joining two friends for a two year catch up. It was as if we hadn't had a break. Friends can do that.
I have a friend in N.O. like that. The day before my wedding, we were having a water fight using a hose. I have a feeling that even now, over 65 years later, we could pick up that hose and go at it again and have just as much fun. That is a sign of a good
friend. They let you do something crazy and join in.