This past weekend we went to Gramma’s house, thus mischief at Gramma’s house! Yes, we go to Gramma’s house a lot but we, of course, love visiting her for so many reasons! Gramma loves us granddogs, always has good stuff for us to eat, has lots of critters to watch since she lives in a wooded area and when we take walks there, there are so many great smells! Oh, I almost forgot, her cat, our cousin Bowie, just loves us visiting too! We don’t see much of him when we are there but we are sure he totally appreciates us stopping by!
Gramma always has such nice decorations on her front door so I had mom take a shot of me at the door waiting for her to come and open it up. She is all ready for Valentine’s Day later this week! Once we had our walk around the area to check on the critter situation, we returned to Gramma’s and she gave us a nice Trader Joes dog cookie…they are so yummy and they are healthy too! Now it was time to assume my post in the living room
window looking for squirrels in the trees. They love to race along and jump from branch to branch…I go absolutely nuts! Since we are not allowed on the furniture I have to stand up to see out the window. Sometimes there are wabbits racing around on the ground and once and a while there are even deer out in the yard! When we first moved back from Germany and stayed with Gramma I could sit and look out at the wildlife for hours, it is like a live reality show for dogs!
Gramma had decided to make a turkey, so I asked if I could help out in the kitchen, I just love helping in the kitchen. I am a pretty good chef myself and I can make sure the floor stays squeaky clean! The only problem with turkey is that it takes forever to cook! As you can see, Katie and I finally gave up and just decided to lie down and wait…who knows when that bird would come out of the oven!
Once the bird was done Gramma put it on the counter and I took it upon myself to give it a good sniff over to make sure it was just right…I did have to be careful not to burn my nose! Katie and I got to sample the meat and some of the other parts that mom and Gramma do not eat and I have to say it was mighty tasty! Unfortunately, we did not get to eat as much as we wanted but what we did get was scrumptious!
After everyone was finished eating it was time to clean up the mess and I felt that since I had helped Gramma get dinner ready, the least I could do would be to help her clean up. I happily worked on the pre-wash cycle for her with the dishes in the dishwasher.
What a super fun day at Gramma’s house! Thanks Gramma! I love you and can’t wait until we come visit again hopefully pretty soon!!!