If you look at 08/12/19, the opening is framed. It can’t be lifted off.
Yeah, she should have called the news, and then called the fire department.
Ok, Nelson, you hold Earl’s glasses so they don’t get broken. Opal, go out the back door and get your daughter, her husband, or one of Earl’s friends. Have Earl hold his arms straight out in front, with his shoulders drawn in as much as possible. Then you and the other adult each grab a leg, and pull him out. It might work. Or it might kill him. Either way, it’s better than having to explain to visitors why he’s stuck in the door.
Why not just go next door, get Nelson, and have him go through the doggy door to open it? My sister was using her vacuum cleaner, so she didn’t hear her granddaughter knocking on the door. So granddaughter simply climbed over the back fence, and crawled through the doggy door. If anyone else tried that, the 2 very large dogs would have had a great snack.
I worked with a young who hated to read. If an email was more than 2 sentences long, she wouldn’t read it. She would rather watch the movie than read the book. I told her that a movie shows you only what they are doing and saying, not what they are thinking, but a book lets you see what they are doing and hear what they are saying, plus background info. She said “You can’t see what they are doing!”. I said, you can if you have an imagination. I have an overload of imagination.
I love to read, but I don’t like someone reading to me. My sister bought me an audio book, even though she knew I already had the paperback book. She thought I would enjoy listening to it in the car. I’ve never even opened it. I wish I knew someone who would like it.
Good doggy, Satchel!!!
Elly, you work in a library. Tell them they can’t be trusted to be left at home, so you are taking them both to work with you, and make them read while you work.
Did everyone sing it while they read it? I did.
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