This is what my deck looks like right now:
We got sleet, then snow, and now we seem to be getting more sleet. Normally, I’d grumble about that — especially since Ron has to drive home through this stuff tonight, and I have to drive out in it tomorrow morning to cover two assignments — but it’s been so dry here that I’m just grateful for the moisture, no matter what form it takes.
Song isn’t having a very good night. He’s been a real pest about chewing up … well, just about everything.
I can’t trust him unsupervised, but I hate putting him in his crate so much of the time to keep him out of mischief, so I finally decided to crate his destructive little mouth and let the rest of him roam around the house.
He hates it, but at least he isn’t stuck in his crate. Hopefully he will get out of the habit of chewing on things, and then we’ll be able to take the muzzle off. He’s a good dog; he just can’t seem to keep his teeth off of things that don’t belong to him. In the meantime, he looks like a canine Hannibal Lecter.
Jason is not expressing his opinion of Song’s muzzle here … just trying to decide whether or not he likes yogurt. He made such a funny face, I couldn’t resist taking a picture of it.
One more thing: The 2006 Tulsa Area Green Directory, published by Sustainable Tulsa, is out now. Ron picked up a copy for $1 today at Wild Oats. If you don’t live near Tulsa, an online version of the directory should be available this spring. Lots of good hippy-dippy stuff in there. I highly recommend it.