Early Tuesday morning my cousin’s husband to my sisters to the airport. I stayed home and chilled out with the pets!
Bruno is still practically a pup. He’s a poodle/German shepherd cross! Honestly, I can’t emphasis how sweet and lovable he is. And he’s a leaner; so hard he’ll fall down if you move suddenly. 😉
Sasha is a Siberian. She loves to hang out and be petted but is not particularly cuddly. She will, however, flop down and invite belly rubs!
Lily, though smallest, is the boss I think. She’s 13 years old and just chock full of personality. I had a lot of trouble getting her picture; she’d look at the camera and immediately turn away.
On Wednesday, I headed to the Atlanta History Center. I got dropped off just before lunch and I spent the rest of the day steeped in southern history exhibits, visiting the Smith Farm living museum and wandering the gardens. Plus lunch at Souper Jenny. I’m not a soup person but my tomato/basil/goat cheese soup was delicious. As was the chickpea (and a bunch of other stuff) wrap!
(I met a cat at the farm but didn’t get a photo.)