|Saturday Night Special!|
Saturday, Mr. Bryant and I were both tired from working all day. He had been working outside in the heat and so was dehydrated quite a bit. I had been working inside cleaning the craft room and office. Though we both made good progress, we were ENTIRELY too tired to cook. Thinking about cooking made us both even tireder.
I walked out to the garage and Mr. Bryant was just putting up his tools from welding on the second gate (Lady Banks gate) when my cell phone rang. I answered and while I was chatting away Mr. Bryant made the oddest motions. He pointed at the puppies (both panting), pointed to the curb and the old toyota wagon, made a steering motion, and then acted like he was eating. Lucky for me, married to him after all these years, I actually could interpret the story.
I wend into the kitchen, grabbed the dog leashes, and hung up the phone. Outside the garage was all locked up and the puppies were both quite excited. We leashed them for the short walk to the car and they both jumped right in to the back. (I need to get a car with a low thresh-hold like that! They can't jump into my car, and they are both too big to pick up.)
|Ready to go, shut the door!|
We had the radio on and the windows down and headed out the road, humming a little him. Jack loved the window, sticking his head out and enjoying the breeze. His tongue hung out the whole time, and everyone we passed waved at him. Bella was a little more cautious with her head at the other window, just sniffing daintily at the passing air. We drove through the neighborhood and then caught the highway for the minute drive to South 21 Drive In.
We saw very interesting cars at the South 21 on Saturday - new convertibles, interesting modified trucks, unique restorations. We, of course, arrived in the old toyota but we have the big attraction in the back. :)
|Supper in the pick up truck makes for fun people watching!|