Chicken Nuckles + Tillie = Vomit in My Bed :P

I’ve spent most of my weekend working on websites. Decided to try my hand at a little bit of animation. If you will please direct your attention to the upper-left hand corner of the screen you will see the result of my insanity. It is a little big, weighing in at 630KB, but it is much better than its 1 MB counter-part that I created on my first try, hehe.

I got some more work done on my brother’s site. Mainly some color changes so that the pages didn’t distract too much from the art work. I also changed my Literary page and did some work for the Essex Relay site for which you will now see a small banner to the right.

I have been looking forward to sleeping this weekend. On Thursday night I was woken up by my dog vomiting. I jumped up to get her to the bathroom, and as I jumped I realized that she had in fact vomited in my bed. As I started to get over the fact that I had just jumped into a pile of my dog’s vomit I rushed to meet her at the stairs, but it was too late. She had thrown-up in my bed, in my room, in the hall and on the stairs.

As I was cleaning it up I realized that there was something hard-as-a-rock in my dog’s vomit. I collected up the hard thing and called my mother into the hallway to see if she can figure out what it is. She gave me a very dirty look and went back to bed. I was in fear that my dog had eaten something poisonous, which was making it very hard for me to sleep. I was trying not to overreact and was fighting the temptation to take Tillie to the 24-hr Emergency vet.

I e-mailed my dad as soon as I got to work and he called my grandfather to tell him not to feed the dog. I got home from work and walked over to ask my grandfather how the dog did that day and he said she was fine, but he thought the dog was mad at him because she didn’t get her breakfast or lunch. I then discovered the hard thing was in fact a chicken knuckle that my grandfather had given her, and according to the list she had eaten that along with Cream Chipped Beef for breakfast, Turkey burgers for lunch and boiled chicken for dinner. No wonder my dog had gotten so sick. Most human’s don’t eat that much in one day, let alone a dog. So needless to say, Pop has been spoken to about feeding the dog so much food, and hopefully the dog’s stomach will get better now that her system has a chance to relax.

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