On Friday, Frasier and Chicklet finally met one another. Chicklet had no idea where we were going while en route, but she was excited nonetheless. When we finally arrived, each pup was just happy to be in their own world. Such a letdown! I think one day they’ll be BFF:)
On Saturday my co-workers and I participated in a NeighborWorks day, spending the morning cleaning up a nearby block, weeding lawns, planting flowers and meeting new people. Manual labor is rough work and I could barely keep my eyes open later on.
Saturday evening I attended the second annual fundraiser for the Gath Foundation, which raises money for Alzheimer’s Disease. And for the second year in a row, we won zero of the raffle prizes. This was a serious bummer.
And on Sunday morning we explored the Wicker Park Farmer’s Market for the first time. While it was barely one fourth the size of the farmer’s market in Madison, it was still nice to see and peruse. Afterward we took Chicklet to the dog park for the very first time. She is definitely not a social butterfly and instead spent the majority of the time stuck to our sides. She would venture out into the open every so often, but the minute any action picked up she scurried back. It was pretty funny.