10 things that may happen when your dog falls asleep
And a sure thing if the dog falls asleep on or near you
I didn’t plan to write this “Black Girl In a Doggone World” post right now, but I’m being held hostage at my desk chair. I’m not sure when it happened or why it happened, but my dog has become very fond of spreading her entire body out on the back wheels of my desk chair. So any time I want to get up, I have to tap her to move away so I can roll back, or sit here (like now) and wait until she’s good and ready to move.
And while I’m not fond of the term “fur baby,” I feel exactly how my mother-friends feel when their babies are sleeping. I like the peace and quiet so much that I don’t want to disturb my dog. So I guess I’ll sit here and create this post about 10 other things that are on my mind when my dog is sleeping.
If your dog is like mine and has a habit of falling asleep on your legs or lap, you will immediately have to use the restroom clear out of nowhere.
If you were unlucky enough to forget to put your smartphone within reaching distance, someone will constantly start emailing you and texting you. The dog will be none too thrilled about you reaching for your phone and will choose that moment to want to be petted—with both hands.