Friday, October 21, 2005

The Great Switcheroo

I thought Mom and Dad were leaving on vacation yesterday as suddenly suitcases from the basement were hauled upstairs. I must admit, I had a bit of a panic attack at the thought of them leaving me. But when Mom started opening the cases and taking out thick sweaters and stuff, it dawned on me that the big seasonal switcheroo was underway. Winter clothes upstairs, Summer clothes to the basement. Wow, what a relief. I was so pleased I promptly made the empty case my new bed and lay down and went to sleep! Stress can be exhausting!

After a quick nap, I went to my toy box and selected Dad's old sneaker, my second favorite toy after my long legged cow. For some reason, that sneaker seemed to have a life of its own, so I felt compelled to whip it and try to kill it! I stuck my whole face inside at one point, to try and find the heart of the beast! No sneaker is going to outwit me!

Can you believe I woke up today and it's raining again! Dad pushed me out the door to go do my biz. I didn't appreciate that at all.

I know I shouldn't, but I still read the newspapers this morning. I couldn't quite understand this weird story entitled, "Ontario man arrested for having sex with a dog." As I'm just a wee chap, I am not very well versed in sexual matters. I tried to get the "Joy of Sex" down from Mom's bookshelf, but she cleverly put it out of my reach. And they don't offer sex ed curriculum in Puppy Class. So let me try to figure this out:
A man was arrested after neighbors reported seeing him sexually assaulting his family's 10-year-old female Rottweiler. While at the home, police learned that Huizar was living in a large doghouse in the backyard. Neighbors also reported seeing Huizar in his back yard dressed in a woman's bra and panties, dancing with a broom handle, police said.

Ok, I give up. I don't get this at all. Humans can be very perplexing, though I don't really think this crazy twit warrents even being called human. He sounds like a complete neanderthal.

Hey, guess what, 2006 is the Year of the Dog in the Chinese Calendar. Woohoo, I smell a great year a-coming!!!