I didn’t exactly fly the kite; I was the kite! Miss Penny speaking. Here in Ottawa, Canada we have had snow this week, I know it’s April but I think mother nature is mad with us. On top of snow we had howling gales. Most of the time we are inside because of this corona thing but they allow us to go for walks which is exciting. So here I am trotting away when the wind catches me and I’m blown sideways. That’s okay I’m tough and strong for a little eight pound dog, I put my head down and pump my muscles and force myself through the wind, but I can’t move and I’m being blown into the wall, I look at Susan for help but she is wobbling. Oh no! We are going to fly and then suddenly the wind drops and we can walk again, then another blast hits us, Susan bends down to pick me up, but the wind catches her and she wobbles again, we try to get to shelter away from the traffic on Carling Avenue, (I’m being dramatic because there’s hardly a car on the road because of this corona thing). We finally push against the wind, exhausted by our efforts, and at last I can run on the grass. I’m desperate for a you-know-what, I have no sooner squatted when the wind caught my butt and there I am mid-stream and mid-air, flying like a kite, blushing with embarrassment, okay I know you can’t see me blush, but you get the point. What did Susan do…? She laughed, can you believe that she laughed? She picked me up and gave me a cuddle, so I guess it was okay, no one was hurt and we got home safely.
Susan has no new news today, she’s been working on Amazon ads all week and not had a chance to write. Remember the picture of last week? Well, I wouldn’t dare show you what she looks like this week. Scary!! But the ads are finished.
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