Thursday, June 11, 2009

Stupid Dog Movie

I REALLY shouldn't have watched Marley & Me - it was a BAD BAD idea and I'm totally regretting (and cursing) the movie. Every time I look at Daisy I keep thinking that she's just going to up and die on us. I can't even count how many times I've actually asked her (i do realize that I'm not going to get an answer but that somehow doesn't keep me from asking) if she was going to die on us. I have also instructed her (i know, i know) that if she's feeling like she might die to run away so she doesn't do it here - I don't know that I could handle that. It would be easier to think that she was living a happy life somewhere else but then again now that I think about it if she does run away then now I'll know it was to die. DAMN I just ruined that plan.

Catahoula Leopard Dogs are supposed to have a lifespan of 10-14 years and she's only 8 so I shouldn't be freaking out over this just yet but I am. Stupid freaking movie's fault.


Amanda said...

We watched Marley and me and all we could think is "Nate is just like Marley." Nate is our fourth child and is SO Marley! LOL

I can relate, though, to your comment about fearing your dog's death. I grew up with a Boxer and when she died it destroyed me.

Thanks for entering my giveaway for a blog design. I love the title of your blog and I bet she could do creative things with it. ;)

John Deere Mom said...

Yeah, no sad movies for me either!

Tiffany said...

Amanda~ Yeah it was a good movie - I reviewed it a couple weeks ago but its just made me all wierd around the dog lol. Yeah I'm sure they could come up with all kinds of things with the blog title lol.

JDM~ Yep but I don't even know why it effected me that way because I've read the book and knew what was going to happen. I guess theres just something about actually seeing it before your eyes. Oh well.