you look kind of concerned – what’s bothering you?
well, my human has been saying over and over again that it is time for 2020 to end
why would that bother you?
they always have these sticks that scare me with really loud noises and bright lights – it takes me a week to be able to sleep again
yeah, that’s rough – but, other than that, my human has spent so much time complaining about stuff that I don’t get the attention I need every day, so maybe the end of 2020 will be good for me
maybe – but then what will your human do to keep busy? It might be worse for you.
I don’t know, but it would be nice if they would play outside in the yard more – then I would be excited to see them come back inside. Now, it’s just ho, hum because they are always inside . . . and, they used to fuss about wanting more time together at home, but now they fuss about being stuck at home and being together instead of learning how to get along. Go figure! We dogs do better than they do! Hmmmm . . . maybe we are smarter?
Yeah. Remember when the dog next door was barking so much and we finally found out it was because he was scared and we let him know we were here, too, and he stopped all that noise?
Yep! Too bad it seems our humans can’t learn to get along with each other, be thankful for what they have, and take care of each other. You know, share a bone with a hungry friend.
Really sad, but they don’t seem to get it, do they? Do you really think ending 2020 will make a difference?
I don’t know . . . I just don’t know. Maybe we can show them how to make things better together!
DOGS, generally speaking:
• unconditional love
• few basic needs
• no hidden agenda
- Personal Journey — Week 3 Advent Thoughts
- Personal Journey – Week 2 Advent thoughts
- Personal Journey – Week 1 Advent thoughts
- Personal Journey – Advent thoughts
- HOPE . . . a pinpoint of Light
- Advent: Reflect—God and Me
- AM I READY for 2020 to end?
- Fibonacci spiral • a Self Portrait
- Seeking the Way: —nihilism to suicide – 27 years (part two)
- Seeking the Way: —nihilism to suicide – 27 years (part one)