Thursday, November 17, 2011

Give me a f'ing break!

Yesterday morning, my oh so cute dog, Bailey, decided she was going to eat something she shouldn't be eating. When I tried to get it out of her mouth, she ran away from me and jumped over the couch. I ran around the couch because trying to jump over it would have been a disaster and comical. The door to the large dog crate was open, but I didn't see it because it was dark. So while running I tripped over the crate door, some how cutting my finger and shoulder and scraping my knee. Then I slammed my face into the end table. The disaster was inevitable apparently.

After this happened, she decided to bark at me, getting all excited, and then head-butted me in my nose. Meanwhile Scotty, our "good dog" was laying next to me on the floor because I was sobbing like a baby from the intense pain on the left side of my face. I hadn't even realized that I cut my finger and shoulder.

All of this was after she woke up 45 minutes prior to the alarm clock going off.

She is so, so lucky I love her, that little bitch.

Deep Throat of the Day: Maybe she's like the dog version of Macaulay Culkin in Home Alone and set that shit up perfectly, like a trap? Sneaky dog.


Anonymous said...

Holy shit! Did it black your eye?

April said...

Amazingly no. I hit my left cheek bone and so far it's not black and blue. I put ice on it right away so maybe that helped. It also helps that our end tables don't have 90 degree corners. I can't really explain how the tops are shaped, but I hit my cheek on a flat surface so I think that helped.

Anonymous said...

That is good. Now you don't have to go to work and and say really I fell chasing the dog.

April said...

Yeah, everyone at work was giving me a hard time yesterday saying, "Yeah, now we see the real Joe!" Joking around of course. I think I was able to somewhat catch myself with my hands to lessen the impact, but it's hard to say because it just happened so quickly. My cheekbone HURTS and so does my nose where she head-butted me. The cuts aren't too bad, nothing that requires stitches or anything like that, but they hurt a little still.

I was mostly telling the story because it's funny to picture it happening.

Anonymous said...

It was funny.

Jim McKee said...

Watch out for the paint cans, those can be a REAL bitch!

(Feel better!)

~DokterKenny said...

Why isnt there ever a video?!!