A moment ago was one of the weird and odd times that Maggie was practically in my lap. I was petting her and she was trying to sleep and listen for visitors at the same time. Soon, a car door shut and she bolted into action. It was Charlie.
Maggie goes bananas at the sight of Charlie's, my mom's, or my father's cars. It is the highlight of her day. Kinda like Santa coming for small kids.
"Hey Maggie darling," Charlie said as if he was talking to a baby.
This encouraged Maggie to wiggle and whine even more vigorously.
"I know I am early, but take your medications," Charlie said, handing me my pill pack.
I needed them badly. We took my medications so early yesterday that they had worn off over night.
"How are you feeling?" Charlie asked.
"Bored and listless," I replied.
"I'm sorry," Charlie said, trying to think of things I could do.
I am pretty much stuck at the house since I am out of gas. I didn't tell Charlie that or he would have filled my car up.
Charlie left and I felt really sad. I didn't realize how lonely Maggie and I were until he left. Hopefully, I can find something interesting to do online today. I would go crazy without the Internet.