I am very excited today because it seems the torrential rain that had been trying to turn the lawn into a swimming pool for the past couple of days, may finally have given us a break. This means I will have a break from indoor fetch and kitty wrestling and finally be able to take a nice long walk around the neighborhood.
During my many walkies (or as my mom calls them “tuggies” and “pullies” as my leash manners are quite horrible) I see a lot of things that just do not make sense to me. The first being these signs: Why is it telling me to “stop” when I want to “go, go, go”? Mom told me that the sign is really for the passing cars, but every time we cross the street when there are one of these signs, I have to stop my galloping around. Again, I was told that I have to stop before crossing the street in case a car is coming. There are just so many rules to remember! This sign is the only one of its kind in my neighborhood and is posted in front of this tiny bit of earth that has a path on it. Mom explained to me again (she sure likes to explain things to me) that it means people can’t walk on that one bit of earth unless they own it. It is extremely strange to me, especially since it’s such a small plot and seemed like such fun to run on. Though I can understand not wanting to share, (I get very growly when the kitties try to sleep on my Molly Mutt or eat my food) I just can’t understand not wanting to share with a cutie pie like me!
Luckily my walks aren’t filled with too many confusing things or else I probably wouldn’t think them too pleasant. Though, I’m still trying very hard to figure out why cars get so much room to run around on and I have to stay on the little sidewalk. I think I’ll go grab my leash and mom and do some more investigating.
Happy tail wags!