As is customary, Christmas included a call to the parents. During such call, I listened to how cute my brother’s mini-D was, how worried my other brother was having left his Brussels Griffon with a friend so he could partake in the family gathering (keep in mind, 12 dogs do not create the ideal conditions for us to travel to said gathering), and lest we forget, the re-told stories of my parents’ own mini-D.
To anyone on the outside, this would sound like people who are proud of their own dog and their grand dogs, right?
A couple days later, I happened on a custom T-shirt company on the net and it gave me an idea…
I love this picture:
It DEMANDS to be put on a T-shirt, doesn’t it?
My parent’s expressed a fondness for their other granddogs, didn’t they?
So I sent this ‘proof to them’ asking for their T-shirt sizes:
Click on the pic so you can see it a little better.
Today, I log on and find an e-mail from my mother. Attached was this pic:
Again, click on the picture to see it better.
A message to Mom and Dad: The kids are HEARTBROKEN! Sarah is so depressed, she hasn’t been able to get off the couch all day!
Anyone else want to be proud grandparents to the Run A Muck Kids?