Beaumont has asked to interrupt our normal Sunday conversation so he can share his rules for being a better hooman.
Says Beau… Dawgs know how to have fun! We are 100% immersed in the joy of play while you hoomans are 100% immersed in getting it right. Life isn’t about getting it right. It’s about doing the right things at the right time and not sweating the stuff in between.
So here’s the deal folks. You can learn a lot from us four-legged’s.
Beau: Well… Morning has broken / I’m awoken / and you’re sitting at your desk / putting my patience to the test.
Me: Are you trying to be funny?
Beau: Who me? I’m just trying to use words creatively to get your attention.
Me: I don’t like rhyming couplets. I don’t write in them. I don’t think you should speak in them thus forcing me to type them.
Beau: Hey Louise. When the muse calls… I follow.
Me: Don’t you go throwing my words back at me, Beau.
…… To read the rest, and to check out Beau’s rad rappin’ style, (ok. so it’s not that rad and is quite bad but hey! he’s a dawg… 🙂 ) (and yes, I know that was my (pretty bad) attempt to rap) but seriously, there’s lots of fun at Sundays with Beaumont today so c’mon over to his place – you know what to do…. just click HERE…
Beau: Taking me to the groomers and inflicting all that brushing and fluffing on me is serious Louise. If what you wanna talk about is what I think you wanna talk about, well that’s not serious. It’s just dawgie nature.
Me: Catching a squirrel isn’t serious?
To read the rest of Beau’s misadventure with a squirrel, click HERE to go to Sundays with Beaumont (I know! A dawg with a blog! Imagine! 🙂 ) He hopes to see you there!
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