Happy Wednesday! Are we all recovered from the massive celebrations of yesterday’s holiday (Madhuri Day)? Anyway, this is the place to chat about anything and everything you have been thinking and reading and watching this week
Reading: Still going through Terry Pratchett in books. And also reading tons of Savitri articles, if you are similarly curious, this is the most comprehensive one (not promising accurate, just comprehensive):
Thinking: I am very proud of my little doggie for being calm at home alone for 9 hours every weekday, especially since she is only a little baby doggie, not even two yet. However, I think I should try to avoid pushing her tolerance by going out in the evenings on work nights, considering the first time she tried to beat the door down when I left, the next time she ate two whole chocolate bars, and the third time she apparently read a book in my bed using my reading glasses (I found a book off the shelf and my back-up glasses buried in the blankets). So, no more unnecessary socializing on weeknights!
Watching: Finished Brooklyn 99, now back to Sabrina the Teenage Witch again. And Indian stuff too, but I can’t tell you about it, because it will turn into real grown up posts at some point.
Okay, question for you! Madhuri themed, of course.
What Madhuri movie have I not yet reviewed and should?
And now, bonus video! I came home last week to discover Dog Hazel had managed to tear up my entire apartment in a (ultimately successful) quest to drag a bag of treats off the center of the dining room table. So naturally I congratulated her on being so clever and started thinking about what I had done wrong as a dog owner to make her this bored. (My sister points out that this attitude of “misbehavior is just energy misdirected” is why my Sunday School class has turned into total anarchy. My feeling is that a few minor cuts and burns and property damage are worth it if it makes kids excited to go to church.)
Anyway, I ended up reacting to her tearing up the apartment and stealing treats by buying her a toy. If she wobbles it just right, it will dispense food.