Monday, April 12, 2010

A cookie, a dog and a face cream

Everone who knows me knows that I am a PF fanatic. Every pantry is always well-stocked with a full supply, in case of blizzards and other PF supply-preventing natural disasters. There is no other cookie, truly.

I am also similarly obsessed with Creme de la Mer, the famous skin care cream invented by a NASA scientist to treat and heal jet-oil burns suffered by astronauts. This incredible treatment cream lives up to its lauded name, and I use it for much the same purposes: wounds, scars and the like.

That's why, when my beloved Montague Myles Lake had to have a small "procedure" (the removal of a suspicious looking mole on his otherwise perfect chest...yes, it was nothing), I naturally turned to my old standby to minimize his tiny little scar.

He has developed quite a liking to the treatment, looking at it as an opportunity for a little bed-hockey with Mommy.

Am I being too...silly? Is it over-indulgence to tend to his wound with one of the most luxurious skin creams on the market?

I don't think so.

Time for a cookie, Montague.

With cookies and cream,


mFw said...

Your dog is adorable and I love pepperidge farm too!

Summer is a Verb said...

Never too much Anne! I put lavendar oil on Pilgies paws when he burned his mitts on the stove top. An PF Mint Milano and Brussels Mint pleassse...XXOO

sle said...

My dog gets better treatment than some of my family members, children excluded of course!

Chippy's Ice Cream Parlor said...

Laughing at the Pepperidge farm stash. I always add a bag to gift baskets, not knowing if others love them too.

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