Back to the blog subject: I have a problem. Since what Mommy had was the flu or a "cold", I made the mistake of saying that I didn't want to get a cold. Of course, I was referring to the nasty illness Mommy had. However, I didn't stop to think that I am dealing with humans-who do not possess the brain power of us dogs. What if they think I meant I didn't want to be cold? I am a Siberian Husky, and as a husky, I love it when the weather is cold. If Mommy thinks I don't want to be cold, she could move that that horrible state of Florida. That is the state I visited with the "snow" covered beaches which turned out to be white sand. To add insult to injury, it wasn't even cold--it was HOT! As you can see, this creates a problem for me....how do I make sure the humans know I meant cold as an illness-not cold as in weather. This is a conflict I would prefer to avoid. Why didn't I just say flu? Even a genius dog like myself can make a mistake!
Demon Flash Bandit (Conflicted)
Hey Big Dog! Thanks fur the Christmas card!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year to yu an yurs!
Woofs! I would want somewhere inbetween, not liking the heat too much of it anyways or the frigidity we have her in MI right now...ReplyDelete
Happy New Year!!