Microfiction AND Pawsitive Pondering: O for Obedience
The A to Z Challenge has been great fun, and I’ve been lax in offering thanks to the hosts of this blogging marathon. If you haven’t visited their blogs, please do. You won’t be disappointed.
Hosts of the A to Z Challenge (Thank you!):
Arlee Bird’s Tossing It Out
Jeffrey Beesler’s World of the Scribe
Alex J. Cavanaugh Alex J. Cavanaugh
Jen Daiker’s Unedited
Candace Ganger’s The Misadventures in Candyland
Karen J Gowen at Coming Down the Mountain
Stephen Tremp’s Breakthrough Blogs
And now, today’s Pawsitive Pondering:
We’ll both be happier if you do.
From left to right: Penny and Rigby, our two Lab mix rescues, and then Special Agent McGee at about eight weeks old, learning from his elders how to sit and stay.
Penny and Rigby also taught McGee how to wrestle, and it was amazing to watch how gentle they were, understanding instinctively that he was not only small, but also just a baby. “Wrestling” consisted of the bigger dogs rolling onto their backs so little McGee could climb on them and learn how to doggy play. McGee is all grown up now and lives with his “mom” (my daughter) in her apartment with Chutsky, another miniature Dachshund rescued last October. When McGee wrestles with Chutsky, he still makes the funny Star Wars “Chewbacca” noises he learned from Rigby.
And now for Succinctly Yours from Grandma’s Goulash and today’s microfiction stories, both 140 characters or less. Thanks, Grandma, for hosting!
|Thomas Edison and Henry Ford.|
Thank you for dropping by. I hope you enjoyed your visit. See you tomorrow for Pawsitive Pondering for the letter “P.”