Tuesday, August 9, 2011
And while we wait, we look at all the giant models of fleas, heartworms, and ticks that the vet has to scare you half to death. And we read the posters that warn you of every pet danger known to man and enjoy all the cat/dog knickknacks that they keep around to make the place jovial--while your money is flying out your wallet.
Grace is feeling well, but we have to have a follow-up visit after her last bladder infection, and so I drag Em along with me to keep me laughing--otherwise I just sit there and worry unnecessarily.
While poor Grace was dragged to the back, we went around the room cracking up about everything when I spied this Rabid Bat Warning posted on the wall. Along with this photo is a warning that there has been a rabid bat found in the area--which I guess is serious, but we can't get past the photo.
I'm not sure who started it, but we both decided that if bats had Facebook photos, this would be his. I mean, look at the cheesy grin homeboy is sportin' here. And I like how his little arms are all spread out--and you just know that out of camera range, he's got two little thumbs-up going on. So we laugh and laugh, doing our own imitations of bat Facebook poses until the doctor comes in and looks at us like we are having way too much fun in that little exam room.
I suppose some people are normal and sit like adults and wait--but not us. I just hope we didn't embarrass Grace.