Saturday, November 26, 2011
You wouldn't think mum had a broken brain. `
And she manages it pretty well.
However sometimes her brain mucks up on her and she gets stuck.
Especially at the moment .
It seems that mum is involved in a biff with some people. Only this kind of biff cant be sorted as usual, like Dawnie does with the chooks and like I did with the border collies
I think I remembered it all.
And this is where mum has been very busy writing a response to the whoremaster's pimps who asked questions.
So I have been helping her.
For three nights
and sentences until
I was too exhausted and thank goodness she had finished.
But every day I did remind her that she needed a good walk to clear out her brain.
She said she was in crisis mode, which is a bit like when she picked up one of the border collies that attacked me. But now she has run out of puff and Dad has put her to bed.
"Rosie how did we manage before you?'
To be frank I don't know how they did. Mum says she would never have been able to leave the house before she had me and she had forgotten how to do little things like say hello to people and make small talk.
However more important for the time being we are just going to let mum sleep and soon she will be up again,
Back to her normal self, wearing her hats chasing flies and taking photos.
Oh and going on the best walks with me.
because I am such a lucky hound too.
Posted by Rosie Greyhound at 11:11 PM
Monday, November 7, 2011
My name is Keith and I live around the Roberts Family.
They rescued Rosie Greyhound from some kennels because she never won a race.
Everyone thinks greyhounds cant sit still and that they must run around all the time. So I think its time to clear that up.
Greyhounds love to run
Greyhounds like to swim
They love going for walks
They like to watch things happening.
They like to work for good causes.
And they sleep on the job.
They love to eat yummy food.
And go back to sleep.
They love listening to story's..................
with their eyes closed.
They love cuddles , before during and after sleep.
They don't even care who they share their sleep with.
Chats with older humans.
And then to sleep.
Just on their own.
Or share a chair with a chum.
Sleep when a puppy.
Or sleep when old.
Sleep in pyjamas.
Always where it is warm , never cold.
So next time you see some greyhounds, don't be fooled.
They are the sleepiest dog,
Posted by Rosie Greyhound at 12:45 AM