March 3rd 2013 8:07 am
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I would like to conpawtulate my pal, Reilly, for being chosen as a diary pick on dogster today!!!!
Are you familiar with the song, Inchworm? It goes Inchworm, Inchworm measuring the marigolds...seems to me you'd stop and see how beautiful they are. The song is at this link for those who may not know it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVp8oJ2N_1M
I saw an inchworm measuring some marigolds once, and I stopped and had a little "dog to worm" chat with the bug. Clearly, the marigolds did not belong to the worm so why was he measuring them? Was he planning to steal them, and he needed to know what size worm car to drive to load them into? These are the kind of questions from which a dog wants an answer. He said he just liked to measure stuff and he liked arithmetic so I ate him. I didn't believe he didn't plan to steal the flowers, and any bug (or human) who likes arithmetic is not to be trusted. The humans have no idea the sacrifices I make for them!!!!
I want to make sure and share a video of a dog helping a kid eat a sandwich that was on the msn home page. I loved this video!!!
If you see an inchworm, don't trust him, and if you see a kid with a sandwich, remember the lesson you learned from this enterprising dog! Grab it before the kid can eat it himself!
Demon Flash Bandit (Dog Who Does Not Trust Bugs)
Did you evfur see a walking stick?? Now those are stranger than strange bugs...one was on our door post once, and maybe it was trying to gain entrance...YUCK!
Here's a picture I made:
Walking Stick on MJF's door...
Country living is furry interesting sometimes.
Hmm, maybe Ally will have a sandwich for me to grab soon.
The kid didn't seem to mind, so there may be hope fur him. Although the adult hoomans tend to corrupt their young with bad training.
We don't have interesting bugs here, just bees and fleas. Was the inchworm tasty?
Hershey, I can only tell you that, given a choice between an inchworm and a hamburger, I'd go for the hamburger. That walking stick bug is interesting. We live near a lake with a small "forest" in the area so, even though it is in a city and next to a major road, we still get a lot of odd bugs and animals around here. There are beavers who like to hang out in our back yard, and also some other "wild" animals. Mommy's favorites are the rabbits.