buy cipro 500mg online My grandparents left today after a 10 day stay. I miss them and it was my first day alone in the house all day while my parents were at work. I was a little lonely. I played with my toys, ate lunch, napped and then woke up and chewed on the wooden fence my parents put up to keep me in my room while they are away. I hope I don’t get splinters…. When it started to get dark, I got a little nervous, drank too much water and peed on my blanket. I am going to be in so much trouble!
orlistat generic uk The front door opens and my Mom says, “Hi, Bailey”. I am quiet because I know she is going to find my wet blanket. But when she comes to get me, she doesn’t seem to notice. She just says, “Let’s go for a ride”. I can’t believe my ears. I love riding in the car, but only do so when I am going to preschool or the doctor. Seeing as it is getting dark out, I don’t’ think I am going to either. I run away as my Mom tries to put my harness on me, but she says, “Bailey, come!” and I know she means business so I come. She hooks me up quickly (though I lie on the floor playing dead, she has gotten used to this and works around it!). Soon we are walking towards the car and I am so excited. I hop in the front seat and my Mom tells me to sit down. I do this (although not right away).
click here My Mom opens her window and we start driving. The wind blows my ears back and it feels so good on my skin. I don’t recognize the roads we are travelling on so I get a little nervous. I look out the front window, the side window, then the back window. We seem to drive for a long time and I get a lot of funny stares from people driving past us. Then my Mom stops the car and gets out. I try to get out with her, but she says “Stay!” She opens up a panel on the side of the car and I start to smell a funny smell. She finally closes the panel, opens the door and takes my leash. I jump out of the car and Mom brings me to a grassy area where I sniff a lot (other dogs have been here), then do my business. We then get back in the car and in a few minutes we are home.
My Dad is home! I see his car. I jump out of the car and my Mom and I run in the house. There he is, just sitting on the couch watching the evening news. I run up to him and kiss him and he hugs me. He says to my Mom, “where have you been?” and my Mom says that she and I just went out to fill up the car with gas. I don’t know what that means but I feel important that I helped my Mom with this. My Dad pats my head and says, “Good boy!” while my Mom fills up my food and water bowels. I feel so well taken care of. Even though I spent the day alone, I know my Mom and Dad love me (they haven’t found my blanket yet!) And, that’s all I need to know.