The sun isn't awake yet, but so far things around here are much less sucky. My human is still stressed. I'm still not getting any turkey or pie. The Atlanta Pugs still don't have their pictures. But all your awesomeness made everything feel a ton better. And things can't be too sucky if you have a warm bed to sleep in. Even if Dutch hogs most of it.
Guess I should probably explain the warm bed thing.
Ok. So this morning there were people sleeping in front of our house. Like on our doorstep. Like I had to step on people to go outside and pee. Yeah. This has never happened before and it kinda freaked me out.
ME: how come people are sleeping on our house?
MY HUMAN: probably because it's been raining really really hard all night.
ME: why didn't they sleep at their own house?
MY HUMAN: I'm thinking they don't have a house to sleep in.
Don't have a house to sleep in? Talk about sucky.
One of the door sleepers was in a bag. The other one just had a blanket. I woke the bagged one up when I stepped on the head-end of the bag by mistake. My human totally would have squawked at me if I stepped on her head, but the door sleeper just said sorry sorry sorry sorry sorry. I wagged and she pet me. My human told her it was ok for her to stay, we just needed to get outside so I could pee (Dutch was too afraid and stayed inside).
Peeing in the rain really sucks so sleeping in -- or even near -- the rain must totally suck. So I asked my human if we could give the door sleepers something to make the rest of their day better. Like a donut. Or bacon. Or socks. She thought this idea was awesome.
Of course we don't have donuts or bacon at our house and my human wasn't sure if anyone would want her socks. So on the way back from peeing, we stopped at 7-11 to get the door sleepers some breakfast eatables. The 7-11 dudes know all my human ever eats is diet coke and asked why on earth we were looking at donuts. She told them about the door sleepers.
Send them down here. I'll make sure they get a good breakfast, the 7-11 dude said. He promised me 'something good' meant donuts.
The door sleepers were still sleeping when we got home so my human stuck a note to the lady door sleeper's bag:
Go to 7-11, breakfast is waiting for you.
Happy Thanksgiving :)
PS: Knock if you want some dry socks.