I think it’s on Discovery Channel but I’m not sure. Heck, I don’t even know how to turn the TV on but Vince does and we’ve been watching Bee Czar. The man has three sons that work with him. The little one is so cute and so funny . . that kind of funny that’s only funny because he isn’t your child.
Last night we were watching it and I told Vince . . if Oscar was a little boy, he would be 100% like that child. He is so enthusiastic. He’s smart. He tries to please and he has way too much energy. I love that boy and he makes me smile every episode.
Speaking of Oscar . . even though it’s rained here for what seems like 40 days and 40 nights, it’s warm enough that I’m not shivering while out taking Oscar for his walks so we’re going out more and staying out longer. He hasn’t had an accident in the house in days. He still stays in his enclosed area with tile floor. I don’t trust him yet, but I’m thrilled that he’s doing better with going outside.
Yesterday morning Vince got up before I did so he took Oscar out. We were on our way to the vet and I said “He did poop, right?” Vince said “No, it was raining.” Wait a minute . . Oscar loves the rain . . it was Vince who didn’t want to be out in the rain. I didn’t want to let him walk around in the grass at the vet’s because . . well, there’s a lot of stuff in that grass, so when we stopped at Atwood’s, we went over to a freshly mowed grassy area and I walked him (in the rain) before going into the store. Speck would have exploded before he would go out in the rain. I guess our time in Texas with very little rain was good for Speck. Oscar loves the rain, loved the snow . . he does everything with great enthusiasm so long as there isn’t a scary piece of paper blowing across the yard or a siren off in the distance . . then he wants to go inside where it’s safe. 🙂