The dog on the left is named Nappy, and the dog on the right is named Wolf. They’re the same dogs we have here. The dogs’ clothing is different, and they don’t have the same size heads. Maybe the larger dog is the mother, and the smaller one is the child.
I’m fascinated by these dogs. They are dogs you don’t want to forget, can’t forget – precious. They remind me of human beings. They are getting to know each other. One of them is saying, “Do I really want to know you or not?”
They have to stop at the red light. This has been going on for a few blocks. There has been a red light at every block. They are getting tired of this off and on relationship.
One says, “Where are you going?” And the one with the scarf says, “To the grocery store.” So the other one says, “I’ll go with you.” And the one with the scarf says, “Well I thought I was going to church. My owner got me all gussied up in this scarf. It is choking me!”
Then each car drives away. Then a bicycle catches up with the left car. The dogs are squealing a lot. They know they’re going to get separated. Their owners say, “Stop that!” And they start barking instead. Barking is something they are good at.
The dogs love their owners and make their lives better. “A man without a dog is like a man without a country.”
--Created on 7-3-2013