Dastardly and Muttley and their flying machines
The little Rascals - the movie
We will probably swim in the morning after breakfast and chores. Head outside to the pool and swim a bit. Go back inside for lunch and then begin an afternoon of chillaxing! Either fishing or swimming again tomorrow night. Sounds like it will be a great day and super start to the weekend.
Katelyn and I headed out this morning with Mia and Beckett . . . We went to Peoria . . . Pooch Couture Boutique. It was awesome! A lovely little Yorkie met us at the door . . . her name was Maizy. Her owner and owner of the Boutique was very nice and friendly. We had a blast looking at all of the items for puppies and dogs . . . regardless of age. Healthy foods and treats, t-shirts, dresses, collars, leads, beds, food bowls, toys, carriers and strollers. The Boutique also pampers pets . . . a full salon for them. We purchased a new little water bowl, treats, Chicago Cubbies Puppy shirt for Mia and Beckett, a few hair bows and dresses. We also found a beautiful jogging type stroller . . . perfect for our little ladies! People really don't realize the purpose for doggie strollers . . .
- easier to take my girls with me together
- paw protection
- protect my girls from doggie illness
- we can go more and more places
- fresh air
My small girls love their doggie stroller, take a look:
The Little Dog on the Floor . . . is Maizy.
Katelyn is enjoying a Panera Mango Cherry Smoothy
We had a lovely day! The girls loved riding in their little stroller buggy . . . People stopped us to see our girls while we were out shopping.
After shopping, we went to Grandma's house and visited with Mom and JC. We had a great time. We chatted for a while and then headed to Aunt Doris' apartment. We put the girls in their stroller and into the retirement community. Aunt Doris was excited to see us and to meet Beckett. Both girls were incredibly good! After a nice visit, we headed home . . . the girls were exhausted.
Tonight, we didn't do much. We simply chilled out. It was W.O.N.D.E.R.F.U.L. Tomorrow, I am home with the boys . . . say a little prayer . . . they have been fussing with each other every day.