Greetings friends and fans. This is the daily Bone and I'm your enlightened doggie reporter
Chester L. W. Spaniel.
I have a number of stories to cover today. First, we finally got a little sunshine today after days of being deluged with rain and dreariness!
Speaking of deluges, the Great Grackle Flying PTA (Poop Tosser's Association) announced the hatching of their eggs by decorating ghostwriter's car. Their offspring must be well fed judging by the size of those poo-bombs!
There was not a single drop of birdie poop on Dad's car which was parked right next to hers! So ghostwriter went over and shook the tall arbor vitae bush the grackles were nesting in just to piss them off. So here they are, Doody and Ditzy Craphurler, flying and squawking!
We can hardly wait to see their little baby gargoyles when they leave the nest!
Moving on to my next story, the persistent, record-breaking rainfall has resulted in copious amounts of mud in my back yard. I had to go out on a leash so I wouldn't get all muddy. But I did get one chance to have a good run, though.
Immediately upon coming back into the house, I had to jump in the bath tub. This water was clear before I got in. Really! It's a good thing I like getting in the bath tub!
Later on, Debbie Dove peeked in the window to say hello and remind us that the birdie feeders need to be refilled.
Oh, and we found an old photograph of my esteemed former associate Miss Ginger. She crossed the Rainbow Bridge in 2010. She was a real spit-fire! Even though she was completely blind by the time she was 7 years old, she lead the way on walks, and wasn't afraid of thunder. She provided the dinner music every day, and interrogated visitors thoroughly before allowing them in the house. We still miss her a whole lot!
We had a spectacular sunset this evening!
Dad and ghostwriter had some Chinese food for dinner. Fresh spring rolls with peanut sauce, crab rangoon, and fried rice. Yummy!
This evening I'll be watching for the moon. This is a picture from last night:
I'd better rest up now. See you later!