. . . (the one who claims not to like our dogs) before she left for Minneapolis to see our son.
No wonder they seem sad. They've spent every minute with her while she's been home recovering from shoulder surgery. She's learned to throw the tennis ball left-handed for them. She gives them ice cream, liver sausage and watermelon and takes them everywhere. They sit with her while she works in her garden (and watch for rabbits.) And now she's taking a couple of days off and they're stuck with me.Girls went to the beach before I left and had a piece of liver sausage, and I gave them fresh water. I also turned the a/c on in the bedroom and left the door ajar so they could take a nap in their beds. Also put the a/c on in the family room for them.
The girls seem sad. Make sure they get to the beach early in the morning before it gets too hot. They like a small ice cream cone afterwards.