Wednesday, 10 January 2007

Life sure is exciting at the moment

Well I now haven't been out for a walk for days and days. Everytime up till today that I've asked to go outside, I've been subjected to getting mauled by a smelly wet towel when I come back in, and I haven't managed to get many dirty muddy feet onto mum's beige rug or the bed sheets, sigh. I really thought that as the sun was shining, that today would be the day, when I could run free, get some fresh air in my lungs, and a breeze up my tail, but no, still she sits here, hour after hour looking at that bloody screen and tapping away on those keys. Or occasionally going outside and I can't go with her out the back because "it's too muddy" Huh! I'm so fed up. Have now given up even asking. Maybe she will never take me again, and I will be condemned forever to plodding round the front garden.

Oh, and if that wasn't enough, that bloody cockerel tried to get me this morning, he did give me a fright. I'm not sure of his game now, he has changed tactics, he seemed to be very friendly, but I am wondering if it was all part of a clever plot to come between me and mum? Hmmm. I will have to be on my guard in future.

I'm telling you, it's no laughing matter!


Boo said...

Phoebe sympathises with you, she would get the cockerel for you if she lived closer!

nicola said...

awww poor emma, dont worry your mum will be better soon, then you can go for long walks

oldcrow61 said...

My sides are sore from laughing. Emma, you do just the best blog. I guess you and Diddy Boy are getting a little up tight cause Mum is not well and things just aren't the same. Never mind things will get better.

mydogbrandy said...

Watch out for the cockerel Emma, sounds like he's just lulling you along until he gets a chance to pounce.

Poor dear, stuck in the house eh. Sounds just like what Brandy is going through too. Never mind, you will soon get a chance to run in the fields, as soon as your mum gets well. Brandy envies you the open fields, all she gets nearby are roads and pavements with a few grassy patches here and there. I think she wants to move to where you are, no, I'm sure she wants to move to where you are.

You look absolutely adorable in the photo, a big happy grin and big wide eyes.

Emma, stay happy, Emma's mum, take care and stay warm.