The dog is under cover. He’s trying to keep warm. It looks like somethings heavy on the ends and around the neck is the cover. I think a child is playing with the dog (outside the picture). He’s waiting to fly. He’s pulling his cover.
His name is George. He belongs to ME! It’s looking right at me! I’m talking about the dog, not about anybody else. He’s an independent dog. At this moment, he seems to be. The owner is watching the dog. The dog is a boy. He looks like a boy.
He’s looking for something to eat. He’s tired of pulling that thing around. He’s interested in something, a bigger dog. He’s trying to watch. He’s a watchdog! He’s not big enough for a watchdog. He’s a nice dog. He’s an in between size. He looks like Superdog! I hear dogs barking.
There’s somebody down the road. I think there’s another child and another dog. I don’t think so. That dog wouldn’t be that still and that straight. There a child calling to the dog, “Come on!” There’s a woman over there with a string on it looking for the dog. He’s trying to figure out what to think. We all think he’s cute. I think he’s funny.
I would not guess if it has a family. I think it has a brother, sister, mother and father. He’s about 20 years old. I think 6. Well, I think 12. He does not know if he has any friends. I think the dog is feeling lonely. Me too. He looks sad. It looks like a lost soul. It looks sweet. I wish he were mine! He reminds me of my daughter’s real dog, a miniature Doxie, Daisy. She has a fun personality. She’s not happy unless she has her ball. Daisy goes sniffing around the closet where it’s hidden.
The dog is going to go potty next. He’s going to do something else. He’s going to be taking a leak. He jumps on the bottom of the bed and goes under the covers with his tail wagging. He’s going to get out of the water. He’s going to get something. He's going out to the yard to dig up a bone. He’s not going to do that. He’d be looking at people!
Story created by male and female storytellers at Seaport Landing Community. June 16, 2017.