Mummy was scary earlier. She was reading about Japan on the Internet. Some site says that there are dodgy scams where people pretend they are a charity for the disaster and try to get money. What bastards!! mummy shouted. Calm down, mummy.
When our Christmas wreath was stolen mummy said that the person who stole it would have food poisoning from their Christmas dinner. This is nothing about the disaster but what mummy was saying is that if you do something horrible you have to pay for it. Mummy thinks these bastards will suffer one day, nobody will help them and they will go to hell. I think mummy knew that she had scared me so we had a little dressing up time to calm my nerves.
Mummy took a different route to the park and played with my green ball so I was fairy OK today. Silky was always sniffing the ground, even under the big beautiful cherry tree.
We met a few doggies and I snapped at some. Mummy tried to stop me but I didn’t listen to her. On the other hand, Silky greeted many doggies and she even said hello to a huge hound dog. He normally doesn’t care about other dogs and I’ve never said hello to him. However, Silky and he were sniffing each other for a while. Why doesn’t she feel like snapping?
In the smaller park we saw a huge scary dog off the lead walking towards us. Mummy told ME to be quiet (mummy trusts Silky doesn’t she?). He came closer and closer, and Silky and I walked slowly and slowly. When we met mummy and his owner said hello to each other the scary dog looked at us and he slowly passed us and went. Phew...
On our way home we saw another scary dog on the lead. He looked younger than the other one and looked back towards us. Silky started to barking quietly so mummy told her to be quiet.
Hmmm...walking us is quite a difficult job for mummy isn’t it? But still mummy likes it, doesn’t she, daddy?