Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Dog Days

Thanks to all who stopped by to join in last Wednesday!

Here's hoping some of you, my faithful readers, might join me in posting a story with a picture for Wednesday Wit and Wisdom.  The challenge is to post a picture on your blog, then write a short story or a poem about the picture as a writing exercise.  When you have your story written, you can link up for others to read.  Feel free to also add your picture and story to another link of your choice. The link up is on my WWW page here. This is #31!


Here's my picture for today: Izzy on the left, Polly on the right.



We have had it! Get us back to one place so we can just hang out! You have no idea what this woman has put us through in the past two months. About the first part of June boxes started showing up everywhere in the house. We had to go to our kennels all the time when strangers came walking through the house. No one had time to play with us.

Then a big truck came and took all the boxes and the furniture, and our kennels were moved to a different house. It took us a week or so to get used to where we were supposed to go to our kennels. And we have to wear these darned harnesses all the time to go outside to do our business on leashes. We can't just go running out in the back yard. You should see it, as it is a big dirt pile! The good thing is that we could sniff our way around the neighborhood. We thought this was it for us, a new home with some different digs.

Well, little did we know that we were going to be packed into the car to drive 2300 miles to a new place to stay. Our kennels came along and we moved into a house in Maine. Now we don't know about you, but this is really a lot to ask of two little dogs. We have tried to maintain our cool. Again we have to wear the harnesses and the leashes to go outside. The grass here is wonderful, and we can chew some to settle our nerves! 

We just overheard Mom say that we are going to get back in the car to drive all the way back to that house we just moved into in Texas. That will mean hotel rooms, different smells, different grasses, etc., etc., etc. But guess the bottom line is that if we are with Mom and Dad we are still happy. We just want to sleep!

Izzy and Polly and Linda Kay

Not it's your turn. Find a picture, write your story on your blog, then link it back to our Wednesday Wit and Wisdom. I look forward to your stories!

14 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Awww, poor doggies had their routine upset! I hope they settle in and enjoy the new place. What an exciting time, traveling and moving. Great story. Enjoy your day!

Carola Bartz said...

Poor little doggies to being dragged around like that! But oh, they still feel safe and content being with their people! Isn't that wonderful? And I think after their return to Texas they will sure get settled in!

Cranberry Morning said...

Aw, poor puppies, but wonderful that they get to go wherever you do. So much better than being left behind! They're so cute.,:-)

Gosia k said...

you are definitely dog lover

TexWisGirl said...

aww. they've been thru a lot!

William Kendall said...

They're so cute!

The Yum List said...

What sweet looking dogs.

Marie C said...

Poor Izzy and Polly! What a cute post written by these two cute pups, though! :-) Hope they will be happy when they finally make it back to their new home.

Grantham Lynn said...

Very cute post. Will be praying for safe travel. Bring some cool air with you! XXOO

Michelle F said...

I think that's why our grown sons have not moved out.
They love being with mom & dad. xoxo

eViL pOp TaRt said...

Izzy and Polly are so adorable! They must be delightful traveling companions.

Mike said...

Izzy and Polly will think the car is their new home.

Far Side of Fifty said...

They are really cute, adjustments are sometimes hard for dogs:)

Janie Junebug said...

You two are adorable.

Love,
Janie

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