Because I was so thrilled about him getting adopted, while I was filling out his adoption papers, I forgot to grab my camera so I could take a picture of his new family. Anyway, keep your fingers crossed, for a few days, for this awesome dog—so his adoption will stick.
This afternoon Tony and I went to Kerrville to eat lunch, because I didn't feel like cooking. "Tony, let's pretend we are on vacation and eat at the Cracker Barrel!" I said. And it was totally fine with him, but he didn't pretend we were tourists like I did.
Our lunch was delicious, but once again, we did not eat the same thing as usual and I think Tony regretted not ordering what I ordered.
After we paid for our lunch I told Tony that I wanted to shop around for a few minutes. And I am so glad I did, because I found the cutest stuffed Chihuahua toy, in a box. "Tony, it looks just like Little Debbie, but it has two eyes and it barks, walks and wags its tail. I've got to get this for Little Debbie!" And I did.
When we got home Tony put the batteries inside, the toy's stomach, for me and then I nicely asked all of our dogs to please go outside for a minute, because I wanted Big Al(ice) and Little Debbie to meet the mechanical Chihuahua.