This story could go in my Pirate category, we were still very much invested in our pirate ways when this occurred but I decided to let it stand on its own. Anyway as I alluded to in, Pirates Part 1, my parents, aunts and uncles, grandparents, and various other concerned adults weren’t constantly up in our business during our adventures. I’m more grateful for that than I can say. I dislike what seems to be the current trend in parenting where parents are constantly breathing down their kids necks while they’re playing or giving them iPads to entrain themselves. Of course I’m not a parent so I can’t really say how I’ll act or how parents should act, it just seems that me that the way my family did it was the way to go.
Anyway to the story:
In the interest of clarity I feel that I have to give this story a quick introduction: In 1999 I was in between the third and fourth grades and about to start a new school. On August 3rd my sister and I pulled off a miracle, that we’ve been unable to quite duplicate, and convinced our mother to take us to the Animal Shelter to “just look”. We ended up taking home a small black corgi mix named Magic. The vet guessed his age to be between one and two years old. He with us for 15 years until old age got the better of him. In that time I discovered that I enjoyed writing from his point of view, because he did some freaking weird things (which made me love him all the more) that could only be understood though a dog’s eyes. So that’s what I plan on doing every Monday. I told you I’d give you a heads up if (when) I post something that’s not true. All the things in this story happened but I can’t say for sure that I’m accurately portraying Magic’s feelings about them. My animal communication skills just aren’t what they used to be. Anyway I hope you enjoy Magic’s antics as much as we did and that you leave here laughing.
This is Magic at 15(ish).
Hello fellow blogger/ interested person,
I’m so glad you’ve found your way to my blog! I’m an aspiring writer, animal lover, book lover and all-around geek. I’ve also been blessed with a fantastic family and group of friends who have long encouraged me to write do the funny stories I remember. So I decided to take their advice, and to do them one better by putting the stories on the internet for all to see and enjoy.
Things you will find in this blog: Continue reading
Since I fully intent to post stories of my loved ones making fools of themselves I figure I should start with a story of me making a fool of myself. It’s only fair right?