Henry Got Mail!

 

Henry and Monty

Guest blogger Monty here.  Henry got some mail and him being a puppy needed my help in reading it.  It is from his friend Jared.

Jared always sends Henry tips on how to be a good puppy.

And he also sends extra treat coupons.  This one is only good if Henry is practicing good behavior!  Thank goodness Mom always has extreme treats available!

And thank goodness when Henry uses his treat coupon me and Roscoe will get one too!

I Spy a Zorigami Yokai!

This old clock has been with my boss forever.  He keeps it in his office sandwiched between some law books.  The thing must be wound by hand each day with a key, a ritual much beloved by an attorney.

I believe this thing is a Tsukumogami in the making.  An object biding its time to reach one hundred years of age, at which time it will become occupied by a spirit.  This clock is specifically a Zorigami Yokai, clock spirit.

It has begun to flex its powers by subtly controlling time.  Have a deadline?  Speeds time up.  Friday afternoons creep by.

How is this happening when it is clearly not one hundred years old?  The one hundred years is just a legend. Any old object can become Yokai, or obtain a spirit, just by virtue of it’s old age.

This old clock is quickly gaining the ability to have a spirit because it is used and touched by human hands each day when my boss lovingly winds it.  In return, if my boss is racing a deadline, this clock has stopped time to allow him to complete his task.

Ever feel uneasy about an old thing and just need to throw it out or give it away?  Trust your intuition on this…

 

Bachi ga ataru!

This morning Monty and I decided to pull the sheets and covers off Mom’s bed.  We had a fit of hooliganism.  (Hooliganism is a word because spell check did not flag it!)  Mom was not happy.  

She screamed at us “Bachi ga ataru!”  This is a phrase Mom and Uncle Sam heard a lot from their Mom growing up.  What does it mean?

  • What goes around comes around, or
  • Something similar will happen to you (if your actions are mischievous).

All I can say is Mom must have heard this phrase a lot when she was a kid because it slid off her tongue without a thought.

I have been trying to figure out what could happen to us for our actions this morning.  It is our karma that something will happen.We both get caught up in the bed sometimes  when tunneling for Mom under the sheets.  She always has to untangle us before our struggles get too frantic.  I think Mom is going to leave us in the sheets!

This Week’s Extreme Dog Treats!

Hi!  Roscoe, Monty and Henry here with a guest blog post.

Mom found a new store with different treats.  Yay!  We call these extreme dog treats.

We have to wait for a hot day to dig into these!  Bacon and peanut butter, yum, could have been named: “The Elvis Dog Treats”

No hide beef treats, rice bones, whimzees sticks, dental toothbrushes, beef scapulae and natural sheep ears.

WE ARE NOT SPOILED! Mom needs to learn to buy in bulk…..

 

 

 

 

 

Make My Day, Mom Always Shares!

 

Henry here with an update on learning how to control humans (in a good and gentle way because they are pretty fragile).

Being a puppy is complicated.  Mom shares a lot because we are “rescued doggies”.

She  received this “gift card” from our human brother for something called Mother’s Day. Our human brother told us about Mother’s Day, and on that day we decided  it wasn’t about her, it was about us (Roscoe, Monty and me-Henry) because she is our her mother, right?

Mom loves bacon guacamole cheeseburgers from this place.  But…….this place also carries a frozen treat for doggies called Pawbenders!

Frozen plain custard (no sugar), dog biscuits and some kind of peanut butter “caramel” sauce (no sugar).

Mom used her Mother’s Day gift card and shared with us, buying these yummy treats. Today was hot enough that we got to enjoy them. We are big so we ate them fast, in about 10 minutes,  but enjoyed every minute as only a doggy can!

Thanks to our human brother, and Mom sharing, we had a Make My Day experience!