Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Tuesday Text: Parentexting™

Really?

Just what every college student needs: A puppy.
Crisis averted. I hope.

15 comments:

LL Cool Joe said...

Ha ha that's a classic. Like life isn't stressful enough without adding a puppy to the situation!

I have the feeling that this may not be the end of it!

LL Cool Joe said...

Ha and I'm first!

Grandmother said...

When I think about the time/energy commitment that puppies take, I can't imagine doing that while going to school. I did it twice and decided next time I'll get an adult dog.

TSannie said...

And guess who will ultimately end up with said puppy? Yup, one of the boy-child's parents.
I know this from experience. Our son's dog AND our daughter's cat live with us.
Dora's gettin' a sibling!

Drama Queen said...

How funny! That was a very close call....

Nurse Nancy said...

Like Annie said....my b-i-l and s-i-l wound up with two big dogs from #2 son!

Trisha said...

Good job averting puppy disaster!

Daryl said...

I could understand The Bird wanting a puppy but Augie? I am surprised. But I commend his heart wanting to win out over his head ... maybe a cat?

Laura~peach~ said...

yeah, keep up the good fight mama or dora will have a sibling soon!

Sally said...

LOL!!

I've never learned to say no. Good for you!

However, I'll stay tuned. :)

Paxie said...

I think we should all place bets on this one LOL!!

I know your knees are still sore but try and put your foot down REAL hard on this one hahahahaha

The Incredible Woody said...

I bet Dora ends up with a playmate:/

Hilary said...

Good use of "NO", mom. My military son is missing our cats too but knows better than to get one since he'll be moving around a lot over the years and may be stationed in other countries. There's time down the road to enjoy pets.

jules said...

I sent a puppy home during my junior year...the rents were not happy:))

Snooty Primadona said...

For some reason boys (young men) always want to get a dog. We've had to deal with several of them so far (after our son lost interest). I say start with a plant first. If you can keep it alive for a year, then you can graduate to a pet. Right?