The Shofar, a Ram’s horn, is part of Jewish tradition and mentioned in Scripture.
And I thought he was just being a super good watch dog, scaring away a flock of noisy bird’s. Besides, they might be after his stash of bones or find his dog house a great place to overwinter!
And Little Johnny One Note was “born.” I refer to a sing-song ditty from decades ago.
I see a smirk of success on his face. Maybe he made her an offer she couldn’t refuse, but the dishes will have to wait.
But, when they do escape, they find the most heart-stopping places to hide! I’ve read they’ve been found in dresser drawers, under the refrigerator, in the bed, in the toilet, between couch cushions… No thanks, but I do enjoy seeing them in their natural environment.
Ah-ha! Mike learned his table manners from the dog!
6th. grade… classmate found a nest of newly-hatched garter snakes… brought a few for Show and Tell… offered them to anyone who wanted one…I took two, Big Gus and Little Gus (my favorite Detroit Tigers player, Gus Zernial)… kept them in a plastic storage box in the basement… can’t remember what I fed them, but one morning Little Gus was missing but Big Gus was noticably fatter! Big Gus was released into the great outdoors and from then on, my only allowable pets were cats. As an adult, I learned to swiftly separate the head of a rattle snake (coiled and sleeping in the sun on our drive) and copperheads that slithered from the pond to our porch. Maternal instinct!
All of Michael’s comments reflecting impatience made me think his dad has taught him a lot already — but definitely not driving skills!!
Depends on who he chooses to bless. Definitely not his humans!
Been doing that for years! (grin)