Sunday, November 16, 2008
So, I look on the bright side. Having them gone gives me time to reflect on the past and ponder my purpose in life. When that's done, however, I could really use a friend to help me pass the rest of the time.
Don't get me wrong, Pinny is great! I've found, lately, that our conversations are mostly one-sided. I'd like to find someone a little more talkative. It's not like I haven't tried, either. Whenever anyone walks by, I invite them in. I don't think they hear me, so I invite louder and louder. I guess our windows must be really thick because no one ever accepts my invitations.
Then, one day, out of nowhere appeared my future BFF! He showed up right outside the window. I'm confident enough in my remaining masculinity to say that he is one handsome chap. But, I am concerned that he doesn't get enough to eat. I can practically see right through him!
He seems to be somewhat of a loner, too. Whenever I leap forward to initiate play, he usually disappears! Almost right before my very eyes!
I asked him to teach me the trick, but I guess he's shy because he doesn't talk much. In fact, he is kind of a tease...the way he keeps looking at me through the window like he wants to be my friend - but then disappears again without a word!
The nerve. Oh, well. I still think he's a good looking dog, anyway.
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Then I got into a rhythm. Check it out.
After a few dozen bags, Stacy needed a break. I was happy to oblige. I'm selfless that way.
Finally, I was finished. It was a hard day's work. I learned an important lesson. Really, I did.
Next time, I won't get caught.
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
At first it appears that I voted for the Republicans. However, my strategy was this: destroy the opponent. So I did.
Here is my vote (which may or may not reflect the vote of my humans).
My bark is my own.
Did you make your bark be heard?