Monday, November 28, 2011

Mama freaks out, cuddles ensue

I attempted to get Uno to come to work with us this morning and he wanted nothing to do with it. So rather than push him too much too fast, I put him in our room and left him alone around 10a.

About 1p, my anxiety started up - I needed to figure out how to get to Uno. Let him know he wasn't abandoned, let him relieve himself, see if he's okay. Unfortunately, I had a pile of work to get to since we just came off a long holiday weekend. 3:30p rolls around and I'm almost sick to my stomach I'm so anxious. My mind raced as I drove home: "is he okay?", "is the room a complete mess?" "will he revert back because I left him alone?"

I open the door to find him looking at me as if to say "hi!". His tail wags and he comes to greet me. Aside from one little accident and S.'s glasses on the floor (not broken), he was a perfect little boy!

I promised him cuddle time for me leaving him alone, so we snuggled on the couch and I've got a few pics of that.

"I'm checking this blog where you keep writing about's cool."

Cuddles with mama on the couch is awesome.


  1. Been enjoying your entries, smiling and crying at the same time. Please keep blogging. Thanks for offering beagles like Uno a home.

  2. Wow Uno is doing so well so quickly.

  3. Thank you for being a foster mom to an amazing, obviously very resilient, pup. I have been part of Beagle Freedom Foundation for almost 6 months now and I feel almost helpless living so far away in Utah. I wish I could be fostering one of these Spanish beagles like you. A special thank you from my own beagles, Buster and Lola. You are doing good work.

  4. These dogs didn't deserve the life they were given - love, food, cuddles were the least we could give. Thank you for the support!