Hello. This is your serious doggie reporter Chester L. W. Stephens.
My ghostwriter has worked sixteen days in a row with only one day off! She has worked double shifts, half shifts, and back-to-back shifts. This is preposterous! Never fear, though. I have a lot of funny pictures to make up for it. You know what happens when ghostwriter is too tired to write, right? I take over and you never know what I might come up with! OK let's go! First up: funny faces!
Next. random fuzzy bumblebee:
Here we have an example of the classic cocker spaniel eye roll:
|You don't really think I peed on that chair leg, do you?|
How about a few comics?
Dogs of C-Kennel
Red and Rover
And now a word from my esteemed colleague Joseph (Joey dog) Stephens, Doggie Chief Inspector, comestibles division and founder of the Yum Yum Coalition.
Greetings fellow doggies everywhere! Today I'm showing the optimal angles for some serious food watching. Below, I'm in my favorite spot next to the table. If I'm quiet and patient I always get a few samples of whatever the humans are eating.
|Grilled pork chop. macaroni and cheese, with steamed mixed vegetables. Yum!|
Below I'm demonstrating the best angle for food watching when your human is cooking food in the kitchen. I'm facing the kitchen, alert for anything that might get dropped while staying out from underfoot. The humans hate it when you're right underfoot while they're cooking. Although it makes it more likely that they'll drop something, it also increases the probability someone will get burned.
Now this, below, is the best angle of all!
Well, that wasn't just a word, Joey. That was more like a dissertation!
Isn't it bedtime now?