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OK, she's really my wife's dog, but that's a long story involving excess estrogen in the house while I was on a different continent.

Anywho, she (the dog, not my wife) loves cool/cold weather.  I'm kind of a fan myself.  But two nights ago she slept outdoors while I slept inside.  Granted, she slept on two hefty lounge chair cushions under an awning while I suffered indoors with tree pollen allergies, but I'm jealous.

I'm tellin' ya, the trees are out there, having sex all over the place and they don't care who sees it or who suffers.  They're rather wanton in their conduct, without any consideration for my nose, not to mention my ability to breathe.  Sleep is an issue nowadays, especially with the windows open.
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Sounds like that there canine camping was a real hardship assignment!

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I sure hope you kept her on a leash while she was outdoors.

Your dog, I mean.


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