One Hundred and Eighty Three Paws

Dear Leo,

Did you know that sometimes I get worried? Well, I do, I have a big heart. At times I worry about our pack, and what we’re all doing if we’re not all in the house together. Then other times I will move to the hallway and lay in-between everyone at night to just be on guard for our family. This morning I was a little worried about why it was so wet outside. It has been so nice the past few days and now it’s just rain, rain, rain, rain, and more rain. It makes me miss the sunshine time we had. You kept saying, “Dada, mama dry, bi-ke,” and pointing to your bicycle outside that was getting all wet.

I think you’re wanting to ride your bike but, to be honest I don’t want to play outside in this downpour. I don’t mind a sprinkle of rain here or there, but a huge amount just makes me feels like I am taking an involuntary bath. We both know how I feel about baths. You really like baths and you also really like to see characters in books that take a bath or have a bath tub. Then you shout, “BA-TH!” I’m not so sure why a puppy dog likes the bath so much, but we’ll keep working on that. Even if I am part labrador retriever dog, I don’t really focus in on my water abilities and desire to become wet. I’m quite good, behavior wise when in the bath now-a-days. I have realized that the inevitable will come if I make a big fuss or not. Sigh, so I just take a lot of the getting into the tub business with a grain of salt, as mama says, but of course, I make a lot of sighs audibly to display my displeasure. I love you buddy!



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Kimmy's mama and scribe.

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