WALKING, WALKING, WALKING…..Always WALKING……


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I have to walk everywhere. ….and almost always on a leash, Wlking, Walking, walking.

I have to walk to go out.  I have to walk to go to the bathroom, (which is out). I have to walk for fun. I have to walk to check out the neighborhood. I have to walk in the winters snow. I have to walk in the blistering summer’s heat. I have to walk in the rain.

It is always, “stop pulling” or when I stop to smell something its, “Lets go!”. Lets go, stop pulling, c’mon, fatser, slow down, blah, blah, blah. …………I have only four legs ya’ know! I have no shoes, no umbrella, no sense of time and no place to rush to or not!

I want to drive! I want a really hot sports car and I wan tto fly! One day I am going to steal my dads car and fly down the road with my head out the window, my tail waggin’, and my paws up on the dash! I’m gonna’ drive me down to the pet food store and get me a bunch of those jerky treats, (you know..the ones that are bad for you but taste so good! …Just like the humans make their food decisions!), then I’m gonna’ drive me to the park and chase down balls with the car. After that I am going to try to get some deer, squirrels, or other small animals and make them road kill. Maybe I’ll drive over to the dog park and pick up some friends and we can run like a pack. Maybe even steal a few other cars and be like a dog pack or like Alfred Hitchcocks “The Birds” but with dogs! oh, oh, oh or like Fredrick Forsythe’s “The Dogs of War”  Yeah, no more walking

Life Lesson: Walking is good for you.

A Hug from a Stranger


It is So nice to get an unexpected hug from a stranger.

My dad was waking me around the park today, which was in itself great. Actually it was my second venture out. Earlier in the day we went to the ball field so I could run around unecumbered by my my shackles, (leash). That was great, I get to run, and run, and run. Chase the ball, chase my dad, run all over….you get it. Then we walked all over the park too.

Later my dad took me to the other park. It was kinda’ deserted, he said everyone must be out at the mall or somewhere warm. We had almost the whole park to ourselves, it seemed kind of lonely and bleak. Then we came upon a mother and her two young sons. They were very friendly and nice. I got to sniff them and they got to pet me, seems like a fair trade.

After we said our goodbye’s and walked oh, maybe 100 feet one of the young boys came running after me. when he got to us he gave me a big sweet hug! It was so unexpected and so nice. It made my day and brought a big smile to my dads face. I hope I did the same for that child.

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Life Lesson: A hug from a child is sunshine on a winters day.