First, I'd like to say I'm sorry for not being around the blogosphere much. I've been very busy with music performances and rehearsals, and haven't had time to post or visit everyone. It's not a bad problem to have, but I do miss reading everyone's posts on a regular basis.
Here's today's story:
Our German Shepherd, Schultz, has a special talent for decorating. When he was a puppy, he used to take the vent register covers off and put his dog food bowls in them. It was quite artistic. I thought he had lost his talent, because he hadn't done anything like that in a while.
I was wrong.
The other day, I looked out my window and saw a very strange sight. White things were sticking up all over my back yard.
Curious, I went to investigate. Do you know what they were? Dog bones! Schultz had arranged all his bones so that they stuck up vertically in the grass. It looked like a bone cemetery.
I have no idea how long it took him to do that, but he seemed pretty pleased with his work. He stood there, wagging his tail.
Apparently, he has a lot of time on his paws. Maybe I should put him to work cleaning my house!
Before I go, I'd like to wish a Happy Valentine's Day to all who celebrate it!