Old white guy living in South-central Texas.
I don’t know. “Mix some wet food in with the kibble” is another possibility.
Sitting on his wallet.
Melody may have needed one or several wet nurses for all the puppies. Don’t want them to starve.
I used to read it regularly, but the darned cat was so annoying that I stopped. I think I’ll try it again, though. Thanks for the suggestion.
Moved to a different house 15 months ago. It has a pool. One of our dogs loves the pool, and visits it regularly. At first I got upset about the seemingly endless sequence of dog, water, wet dog, dirt, mud, pool, dirty pool, clean the pool, repeat. But after a bit the chance to hose down the dog and towel him dry, while holding him close and tell him that I loved him as he licked my ear took the sting out of the experience. If you love your dog, you figure it out, and you master what it takes to handle it easily.
I had a Lab/Shar-pei mix for 15 1/2 years. She was one of a very large litter, and the puppies’ appearance ranged from pretty wrinkled to just a little loose skin around the neck and jaw. She was an absolute delight.
Lucy has trouble expressing warm, kind feelings.
I hope you don’t mindI hope you don’t mindThat I put down in wordsHow wonderful life is while you’re in the world
Bernie Taupin and Elton John
Oh, you said “hindsight”. I thought you meant “hiney-sight”.
The following is thanks to Wikiquote:
“You unlock this door with the key of imagination. Beyond it is another dimension—a dimension of sound, a dimension of sight, a dimension of mind. You’re moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas. You’ve just crossed over into the Twilight Zone.”
It’s not an ocean of water, though. The biggest water feature in Kansas City is the Missouri River.