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This Dog’s Life with Ira G

October 08, 2010, 09:56 am  Posted by Craft Your Life Team
 

From Asheville, North Carolina, it’s This Dog’s Life. I’m Ira G. Each FRIDAY, of course, I pick a theme and present a story around that theme.

Fall is here. It’s getting cold, and I have a few requests.

1. Will you turn on the heat already, woman? No? Well then I’m digging my way under all the blankets.

2. Please, will you stop poking me in the middle of the night? Yes, I’m still breathing. No, I’m not going to suffocate; I’m trying to stay warm.

3. Do we have to leave right now? I hear you calling me to get up, but man, I’m just so comfy cozy, and…wait! wait! I’m coming…

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    ... says:

    I can totally relate. My little guy has been burrowing for the past month. If he can’t find any way under the covers at night you’ll find him stubbornly standing with just his face tucked underneath, awaiting an invitation.

    Argylsok says:

    My Shetland Sheepdog had a radar-like ability to locate the heating pad on my bed and to occupy it. She was not good at sharing ‘occupied territory,’ either!

    My father’s Collie would slip under the covers at night. In the morning, his muzzle would be right next to my father’s face. The Collie knew how to share a pillow….

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