My human has been laying around the house all week. You’ve probably noticed she’s not been commenting on her blog or responding to e-mails. She overdid it at her last workshop and has been dog-tired ever since.
Humans are cute, not very smart and take a lot of patience on our part. Just when I think she’s trained she gets loose and I have no idea where she goes or what she gets into. All I know is she comes limping home.
Picture by Rona H.
She looks a bit dog-eared.
Usually she can pick up the scent and find her way back but if you see her loose on the street don’t call human-control, just bring her home in time for my dinner.
Freddie Parker Westerfield, CDT, RET
Freddie Parker Westerfield, Certified Canine Therapist, RET
Dear all my best friends,
Exhausted from writing all those Maxaiku responses
I found all your comments quite inspiring and I responded to everyone in Maxaiku. Writing all those Maxaiku left me a bit tired so I made my human write today’s prompt “pepper”.
Speaking of pepper – when I first adopted my Humans I started training them immediately.
They had this inexplicable attachment to things like bed comforters, sofas and shoes. As you know, THINGS are not what is important in life.
So their first training lesson was to break them of the bad habit of coveting.
I chewed up their “things”. My Humans, in a vain attempt to dissuade me, sprayed cayenne pepper on everything. It was delicious.
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Love or hate on tongue
taste buds of our perception
chili pepper us
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Love, the spice of life
God peppers while we simmer
very tasty treat