Tuesday, 2 January 2007

Huh, what a lousy day I've had!

Mum took me in the car today, over to her friend's, and she didn't let me out, but they both came and got in after a few minutes, and then we drove for miles and miles, and finally pulled up at some shops. I was so excited, but then they walked off and left me for hours and hours (well it seemed like it, I think it may have only been about an hour) But I showed them. Ha, I was sick on the front seat, that'll teach them. Unfortunately, Irene saw it before she sat in it, so I wasted my time there then. Then even worse, we drove round to another place, and I could smell chips - oh heaven, it was MacDonalds - but then they left me in the bloody car again! When they came back, they didn't even bring me one lousy chip, the rats! Then we drove all the way home again,and I could see the sea out of the window all the way back, but it was everso rough and although I kept barking with excitement, mum said no, its too cold and too rough, we aren't stopping. I was well fed up. When we got back to Irene's though,mum took me round two of her fields, and it was all squelchy and muddy, and I managed to plaster mud all up my legs, and mum was wearing her best trainers and she got them all splattered in mud too, hee hee. Serves her right. It wasn't all bad though, I was allowed indoors after I'd been rubbed with the towel, and then I got a biscuit. And when we got home, I got a huge bit of Jerky, and it lasted me for about 20 minutes, and I managed to chew a lot of it into my ear, ha ha. Mum wasn't very pleased with me again though. Oh well, that's about as exciting as it got today, and I'm very tired now, because I've been awake all day. Huff.

8 comments:

Pete said...

no chips? no sea? poor Emma

mydogbrandy said...

what sort of dog is Emma? looks a bit like a King Charles Cavalier.

I was reading Emma's interests, and came across "helicopters and jet aircrafts". Wow, do you live near an army airbase or does the airforce just like flying around your area? I can imagine poor Emma trying to chase one across the garden.

Emma said...

Thankfully I don't live near an airbase, but the military delight in testing their jets at a low level over this part of Wales, and there's damn all we can do about it. It near frits the life out of everything when they appear out of nowhere and the ground shakes. It only happens about 5 or 6 times a week though, so what can you do? Normally on a Tuesday too for some strange reason. The helicopters are usually Police or Air Ambulance, not very often, I love them myself, but it is comical seeing Emma chasing them! And yes, she is a Cav. :)

nicola said...

awwwwwwwwww, I love mud too!

oldcrow61 said...

This is just too wonderful, love it. Emma you are so beautiful.

Boo said...

And such a poseur, shame on them for not giving you any chips!

Anonymous said...

YOU SHOULD NEVER LEAVE YOUR DOG IN THE CAR FOR LONGER THAN 10 MINUTES! I CAN SEE THAT YOU LOVE YOUR DOG QUITE A BIT BY THIS NERDY BLOG BUT SMARTEN UP WOMAN!

Emma said...

My mum says "thank you for your advice Anonymous. May I ask on what you base this though? I have owned dogs for over 40 years, and I would never compromise their safety or health, obviously she wouldn't be left in the car in hot or extremely cold weather, I leave her at home. This is the UK, its around 50f here at present, so what's the problem. And sorry you find my blog nerdy, you know the obvious answer then."