Diesel dog is a fairly obedient dog, but he's got a few bad habits. He likes to pull things from the garbage and he also likes to like the dirty dishes clean when they're sitting in the dishwasher and the door is open as we're loading it. That last one particularly grosses me out, but I've just given up on trying to stop him. At least I know the dishes are going to be cleaned immediately after Diesel's clean-up job. But, something happened tonight that just may break him of the dishwasher habit. I was standing by the sink doing dishes and Diesel was licking at the plates in the dishwasher when his dog tags got caught on something in the rack. He jerked his head up, and the while rack came up with him, which freaked him out majorly. So he ran. With the rack still attached to his collar. All over the kitchen. I kept yelling at him to sit so I could unhook him,but he kept freaking out. Plates and silverware went flying all over the place before the wire on his tags gave out and he finally got free and ran off to hide, leaving me with a mess and, fortunately, only one broken plate. That dog is such a dork.
We picked up Angel #1 at the airport on Wednesday and he's home on leave for 9 days. Yay! We weren't even out of the airport parking lot before he and WE were already at it, beating on each other and trying to one up each other and they haven't quit yet. I've learned to just ignore all the crashes and bangs that come from upstairs when they're wrestling around, they're like giant, 170 pound puppies. Tonight both boys, WE's girlfriend and Angel #4 are all going to a hockey game with some friends and I've got the house all to myself (hubs has a job up north and he's staying at a hotel for a couple days). It's nice and quiet here, now that Diesels done destroying my dishwasher. It's been snowing lightly all day and I'm kind of concerned with them out driving, but it doesn't seem to faze them at all, so they weren't going to listen to me if I suggested cancelling out. Kids think they're invincible and, I'll admit, I'm a massive worrywart when it comes to driving in snow, so we balance each other out.