We could call our story “How much is that Doggy in the window”
(At this suggestion, a good old sing along develops and there is much laughter.)
He’s a nice puppy dog and it looks as though he’s put his foot in it. We could call him Patch and he looks as though he’s been in a lady’s cupboard. Is he ‘forlorn’ or is he ‘for sale?’ He’s been definitely caught out and now he’ll get the boot! We all wonder where he’ll end up next, now that he’s been caught in the act.
“Oh dear. Here we go again.”
He’s a ’she’ and she’s 'blue healer' – let’s call her Edna!
Is the family home yet? She is beginning to wonder just how much that doggy in the window really could be. Perhaps she has been doing boot-skooting and is now wondering where the next meal is coming from.
“Come on out here Edna! Your supper is ready.”
Just as well that George was ready with his camera.
“Oh dear,” Edna thinks, “I’ve put my foot in it this time. I’ll pause (paws) before I do this again.”
We can see that she’s got one foot in and one foot out, maybe she’s still doing a little boot-skooting dance, but now the family is at home, she certain to be in trouble. Can we hear screeching sounds? Outside is suddenly looking pretty good. She will be in the dog house now.
After all that excitement, Edna needs a drink of water, but wait! Is that a shadow or is that a puddle? Perhaps she is really a French puddle not a French Poodle…
After all of this, is Edna really for sale?
It doesn’t really matter to us.
The story tellers were Eric, Ken, Janet ,Coral, Edna & Barry.