Today’s five words come from one of the stories Mom is working on these days. Sadly, the story has no doggies in it. Just humans. And of course a cyclops. So, yeah… There’s that.
6. Sky – I watch the sky a lot. You never know when a blimp might fly over and try to kill you. I saw one once, and I barked at it a lot. Then when I was sure it was about to pounce, I hid behind Mom’s chair.
I also watch the ceiling when I’m in the elevator at my building. It’s dangerous like the sky.
Every single day, there’s a dog up there that looks EXACTLY like me! #it’sterrifying
48. Alone – Besides me and all of my valuable help (staring like a creeper), Mom writes alone.
She loves all of her stories, but she’s prejudiced. That’s why she has a critique group. Her online writing friends read her work and she reads theirs. Then they say ideas about what they like and tell each other how to make the stories better.
4. School – I studied at obedience school when I was first adopted.
Mom studied at webinar school last week. She studied Picture Books in Focus. Now she has some new and fresh ideas. I am not allowed to be fresh, but apparently, her ideas are.
I wonder if they’re allowed to be stubborn. I’m not!
96. Halloween – Halloween month is a tough gig. Mom yanks out all the old costumes and we have to decide which one I should wear to each of my therapy jobs. Why?
Why can’t I just be a dog…?
5. Panting – I am not a dog who does panting very often. Mostly, my mouth is shut. That’s why I look worried most of the time.
Can you blame me? Who’s not worried at the vet?! GAH!
Somehow, I still manage to drool a lot, and Mom is confused about how that even happens. Whenever I do pant, it looks like I’m smiling. Really, I’m just hot!