Wednesday, July 20, 2016
Adjusting to Retirement with Thunder
An hour or so later, he came out and was all affection.
The next morning I stayed home, I was a little too slow with the routine. After breakfast, I brush Maggie's teeth, let her outside and then brush Thunder's teeth while the dog is out of the way. It was right about 8:00. As I went to get him, I saw him heading under the dining room table. I was too late. He was going to nap. I didn't get his teeth brushed until after lunch.
I am learning to do my chores and take care of Maggie's walk in the mornings if I am home. Sometimes, he will come out for a bite to eat, and on sunny morning's he may come out to lay in the morning sun in the dining room. It arrives around 10:00. This still counts as nap time. I can admire him, but I can't disturb him.
We are learning new routines. I am just glad I can spend so much time with him.