Keeper is woofy back!
Luchie said we should not run and greet Keeper silly
with our drooly kisses and clumsy woofy hugs
because Keeper has wounds and is weak.
The OtherKeeper Luchie kept watch while Keeper was away.
Luchie updated us on Keeper's condition.
Are we going to keep out of Keeper's way?
"Of course not!
Come to me my gorgeous hounds!
Let me tickle your tumtum
and let me sing to you
of how I miss all your smelly furs!"
Talk of smelly reunion.
Keeper's saga is long and boring
Her voice sound hoarse though.
I am super woofy happy she is back!
She may move slow
but she can watch us eat
and sing funny
and laugh silly
and smell sick
but she will not allow us to lick her wounds.
Humans don't know this
but we lick our wounds to heal it.
But what the hey
kisses or not
I am glad she is back . . .
. . . to watch me sleep . . .
. . . and heckle her way into my nap time . . .
". . . sweepy, my sleeping senior dog . . .
all awash in snoring bliss . . ."
. . . but I will take all that in . . .
as long as she is there beside me . . .
I won't mind it a bit.
And now she tells me this:
Alright, lady, you've crossed the lines!
I may be old and senior
but hey, I ain't sitting and retiring.
Now tell me
does this superdog look senior?
. . . now where was I . . .
is it nap time or chow time?