Finding Safe Haven

So, it’s the start of thunderstorm season and Georgia has already become familiar with her hideout. It’s gotten worse over the last couple of years ever since she was outside when a really loud crack happened.  My strategy is to not be solicitous and make a big deal about it. The consequence: my bathtub gets cleaned more frequently!

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2 Responses to Finding Safe Haven

  1. Sarah Delia says:

    Does Georgia get a bath?

  2. She gets dirty footprints all over the bathtub which is why I have to clean it out. 🙂 So, no, she doesn’t get a bath and it might not be quite as appealing if it’s full of water.

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