Your options are one or none. You have until I count to three to choose.
(I have to train myself; I have a four-months old and I already wouldn’t deny him anything)
It’s really NOT having kids you need the sex ed for.
Evie is so great! Instead of being all rational about it, she lets Alix be a child with imagination.
It’s also the right thing to do if you feel like you might be coming down with something but have to go out among other people. Pam’s question is quite rude. Let people wear masks when they feel they need to and normalise being responsible!
… bonus points if the plane can fly again! :D
Dogs sniff everything in a new environment they enter to get to know the place.
Male dogs are perfectly capable of not peeing inside, they just need to be trained properly. They do not instictively mark their territory inside their home – of course, they need to be walked regularly for a longer time than female dogs, because they do not empty their bladder in one go, but rather over time in small amounts.
Puddles in this strip is just looking around, sniffing at everything in the new environment. This is normal behaviour for a dog. When he needs to go, I presume he will start whining at the door, because he is kept in the house so he is used to going for a walk (or at least in the yard) to relieve himself.
Dez has already seen the dog and not recognise him (although she probably would remember if she talks to Luann and hears that her dog is missing).
Plus her heat and utility bills (1/8), which brings her to her monthly expenses being 57/56 of her monthly income.
Isn’t hitting the ball with your head a risk of a brain injury, especially for young children?