One of the downsides to getting a dog from an animal shelter is that they are often very dirty and covered in poo. Teva was no exception to this rule. Typically we don't bathe them until day 2 so as to reduce the stress of the first day. I am no doggy washing pro, so I usually strip down to my unders and put on an apron because I often end up as wet as the dog. Since Teva was new and I wasn't sure how she would handle a bath (turns out not very well!) I asked my sister to help me wash her. I was able to stay mostly dry.
After bathing her I took her downstairs to blow her dry (which she hated) and then got on the computer for the first time all weekend. As I headed back upstairs, with my sister right behind me, I realized with dismay that I hadn't gotten dressed and was still wearing just an apron and my undies. How embarrassing! I felt like that line from Heart and Souls about "Little Miss Look at my Butt". As I went upstairs I turned off all the lights....or so I thought. I went to the close the blinds to the sliding glass door and accidentally turned the light on to my back porch....and gave my neighbors a show...of me.. in my underwear and my watermelon apron. I hope they will recover from the grotesque site quickly.