That’s what I spent the day doing–guarding my mom. I didn’t even go outside until late this afternoon. I didn’t want to leave her alone. I lay at her feet at the foot of the bed until her headache went mostly away. I saw a squirrel at the window and didn’t even bark; I didn’t want to disturb mom. I also saw people coming and going on the road next to us–even, then, I didn’t bark. I was a very good sentinel today.
When mom woke up, she just lay there for a while. I snuggled up to her, so she would know I was there. She petted me, stroked my back, scratched my ears, and told me she was so very glad I was with her. Eventually, she got up and went into the television room; of course the tv wasn’t on.
She saundered into the kitchen to get a coke from the fridge. She said it was very cold and would help her nausea. I believed her. Of course, I believe everything she tells me. Not only am I her guardian, I am devoutly loyal. You know you can’t be loyal to a human unless you believe them as well. Well, that’s my opinion.
She’s going to lay around and watch tv for a while. Then, she’s going to help me write my blog (which is what’s she doing now). This is a short blog, but I’ll write more tomorrow.