The Beginning Of The End

photo taken August 2012

one year ago: Midsummer Smile
two years ago: My Wildest Dream
three years ago: I Sit, Now I Get
four years ago: Concentrating
five years ago: Peace

10 Responses to “The Beginning Of The End”

  1. Amy Says:

    I believe the appropriate sound here is, “PLUH!”

  2. Dana Says:

    How long does it take Charlie to “kill” his stuffies? My Catahoula has then dead and “destuffed” within 5 mins I swear!

  3. Catsquatch Says:

    And the unstuffing begins….

  4. Maggie Says:

    My little Winnie disembowels all of her stuffies. I swear it’s her favorite thing to do. I’m always picking up bits of white stuffing off the floor :P

  5. Lady Anne Says:

    All of my dogs disembowel their toys. I try to make sure I buy ones that havve “fluff” in them (Goodwill, here I come!) but I once accidentally got one that was full of tiny styrofoam beads. What a mess! The stuck to the dog’s fur, climbed the wall ahead of the vacuum, and were still lurking under the edges of the rugs months later.

  6. Says:

    Sad…but fun!

  7. Scotty Says:

    sad? lol. well, i guess we are witnessing the death of a stuffie. baaa haaa haaa. definitely an animal planet moment.

    today i happened to be cleaning my house and ran into my copy of the daily coyote on my bookshelf. i had to dust it off a lil bit but remembered that i originally found your book at the bookstore and not on the internet.

    i just wanted to say thanks S~ for reminding me that the things that matter are analog and the digital world has not taken away our souls quite yet.

  8. pam Says:

    I hadn’t seen this post till today and I immediately burst out in real laughter.
    so typical of these animals and they really do seem to enjoy taking the stuffing out. MY Charlie ( yellowlab) does.

    &&& a huge ditto to Scotty. Shreve is “real”!!! the things that matter ARE analog

  9. Kathryn Says:

    My old lady dog must, has to and shall destuff any stuffie she can get a hold of. It snows in my living room!
    Lady Anne, I know what you mean about the evil foam beads. They multiply under the sofa, I just know they do.

  10. I Hermit Says:

    Shreve, you must not leave the Jack Reacher novels by Lee Child laying around. Charlie can read but is a bit too literal in his interpretations, the bit about “beating the stuffing out them” is a case and point!

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