It's A Dog's Life

Sunday, March 25, 2007

Lindy is busy making something that is called a fabulous Mariana sauce. It's some kind of human food, that's all I know. While lindy is making things in the kitchen, I thought I'd grab my chance on the computer to tell you all about my swell day. It was a hum-dinger. I'll tell you what.

It started out pretty boring because Lindy won't let me go to work with her unless the weather is just right. So I had to stay at home. But after awhile some men came in. I barked and barked at them but they didn't pay any attention to me so I figured I'd better go get Lindy. I ran right out the door, past all my friend's houses, across the street and into the shopping center. Lindy wasn't there so I took off down the street. It's called One Eighty Three. There were lots of pretty cars there but I didn't see mine. I just kept running. It was fun being out there with all those nice people. They honked their horns at me to be nice and everything. I knew that Lindy might be far away so I ran real fast. But, I guess she knew I was looking for her because in a minute I saw my car coming down the street to get me. Lindy called out to me but I was having so much fun that I hardly noticed her. I intended to go right over to her to tell her about the men. But, I wanted to check under some bushes first. After that I went over to Lindy and she grabbed me and held on to me real tight. She said, "What are you doing out here, Rowan?" But, since I can't talk English, I couldn't answer her. My neighbor friend, he is a human, was in the parking lot too. He was trying to get me to go back home because I guess he didn't know about the men. He is a nice man, just uninformed apparently. Lindy offered him a ride home and everything on account of him being a nice man I guess. Also, Lindy told me that he protects the country which I imagine is a pretty big job. So, he is very important as well as being a nice human. So, when we got home the men were still there. All Lindy had to say about it though was "Thank you" and stuff like that because I guess she wanted them to bring in that black thing that goes over the stove. It's called a microwave and what you can do is get your humans to push some buttons on it and your kibble will get warm for you. Pretty nice. I didn't know about that. I guess if I had had more information I could have made better decisions. I talked to Lindy about this later. She said that she didn't know the men were coming either and she agreed that information is important if you want to make good decisions. To be perfectly frank, I think that lindy is kind of mad with me. Well, she said that she was. But, she knows that I did the best that I could given my limited information.

Anyway, it's good to be back home. I took a long nap on the couch and I feel better now.

I hope you are having some exciting times too. But, before you do anything, get plenty of information first. Just my advice.




  • Dear Rowan,

    I haven't hide time to read your blog in ages. In fact I'm posting a comment having not even read the post! However, I had to let you and Lindy know about my friend Liz, who read your blog. Her hubby is a Marine. You'd love Liz. Seriously. She's AWESOME. Read this!

    By Blogger Amy, at 11:13 AM  

  • Dear Rowan,

    I know the day was exciting for you but probably scarey for your Lindy. I am glad you made it home safe. You are a brave dog.

    By Blogger Marianne, at 2:35 PM  

  • Dear Rowan,

    Whew! I am so glad you are safe. I know Lindy is even more glad. She loves you so much!

    Once my roommate's dog, Bungee, ran out the door because I left the door open. We searched for Bungee for 2 days. It was 2 of the worst days ever. But in the end, we were blessed. Bungee returned to us! I felt so happy and relieved. And I just cried and cried!

    And I am sure Lindy felt the same way!

    I am so glad you are ok!

    By Blogger Amy, at 7:30 PM  

  • Well, thanks everybody. I wasn't too worried about myself on account of me being a dog and everything. What I have noticed is that mainly it's humans who worry a lot. Dogs, not so much.

    I love everybody,


    By Blogger Rowan The Dog, at 9:30 PM  

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