The weather map shows that just about everyone in the USA is trying to stay cool this week. Like everyone else we're spending a lot of time inside in the A/C and drinking lots of water. We have nice cold yogurt several times a day and mostly lie around doing nothing.
Mom wants me to tell you that the girls are feeling much better. It's been quiet for three nights now and the sick girls have been able to sleep. They're still getting their medicine but they all have normal poops now and that makes Mom really happy. She's not into mopping their pen at 3AM for some reason.
Here they are so you can see for yourself how good they look. This is Bailey. She was the sickest one.
This is Tess.
This is Norma Jean.
And this is Lola. She wasn't as sick as the other three but she still has to take medicine.
Mom is worried that the firework booms may start up again this weekend but we're all hoping that they're over for a long time. There are thunder storms in the forecast but Mom says she'll play loud music for the girls to distract them.
This is how we spend the hot days.
This is how the little girls spend the time.
Thank you for reading my furry tale and saying such nice things. I'm trying to remember a few more for you. Mom says she's going to make a book of my stories and one of our Christmas songs too.
About the dust in the Sitter-ella story, a long time ago a friend of Mom's told her that if you don't bother dust it won't bother you. Think about that. It just lies there quietly until you start messing with it. Dad get on these kicks where he wants to eliminate it from the house, but we're trying to convince him that dust is just a fact of life. Deal with it.
Stay cool everybody.