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This Dog’s Life with Ira G

July 08, 2010, 15:55 pm  Posted by Craft Your Life Team
 

From Asheville, North Carolina, it’s This Dog’s Life. I’m Ira G. Each week, of course, I pick a theme and present a story in four panels.

The fourth of July has come and gone, our out of town visitors have returned to their homes, and I’m left with snapshots of all the fun. It was a great time, even if I don’t understand some of your human customs.

I mean, setting off fireworks again and again? (I’m not scared, but: hello, annoying.) Taking constant pictures? (The flash is also irritating, not to mention getting cradled like a helpless baby, which I am not.)

Speaking of babies, I found a kindred spirit in Ella Rose; turns out she likes to dig in the dirt as much as I do. Oh yeah, and Mom came home smelling like a baby goat. It was all a bit bizarre. And, Tito, my brother, I picked up your scent, and let’s just say I can tell we’re going to be friends.

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    sarabeverly says:

    i love these! :D

      thisdogslife says:

      Hey, Sara!
      So when are you going to come to Asheville and meet me in person?
      Wags,
      Ira

    Deannebriggs says:

    WHAT!? IRA! There is no greater complement than to be included in your comic strip. I'm still taking it all in. thank you Ira, thank you.

      thisdogslife says:

      Hello, Dee.
      I like people who know how to swim.
      And you're one swim hole of a swimmer.
      Affectionately,
      Ira

    is Ira fixed? ;)

    thisdogslife says:

    Robin,
    I refer you to TDL #2: http://www.larkcrafts.com/craft-your-life/craft…. I hear you'll be at the Crafty; wish I could go. Maybe next year when my comic takes off.
    Wags,
    Ira

    Argylsok says:

    Ira, dogs in Ontario get upset on July 1st — Canada Day — when we, too, shoot off a lot of fireworks.

    A local Golden Retriever, Quincey, gets uptight during the firework display and snuggles mightily with his human mother. He thinks the fireworks are a thunder and lightning storm and he really doesn't like troubled weather!

      thisdogslife says:

      Quincy!
      I'm fond of this fella already. He can come hang out with me and we'll keep each other company, throughout whatever storms these humans–or gods–put us through. Where there are fireworks there's always BBQ chicken, and a thunderstorm is the best time to cuddle. Here's to you, Quincy. Stay golden!
      big wags,
      Ira

    Jason says:

    Context? Backstory? I'd ask, but I think it would just ruin the mood. I find this hilarious.

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