I swept up the mess which included the paper wrappers and tiny little shards of crayon that Zoo obviously missed. Later that evening on my way out to the barn something caught my eye under the bird feeder. I walked over looked down and laughed to myself considering the dog's poop would be worthy of sharing with you my lovely audience. All the colors that she attempted to digest were packed in tightly in this very unique looking crayola muffin sausage. If you look closely you may be able to identify Yellow Green, Sky Blue, Yellow Orange, Vivid Tangerine, Turquoise Blue, Salmon, Magenta, Wild Strawberry, Black and of course the ever present Purple Mountains Majesty. I am very thankful that Crayola makes non-toxic crayons.
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Speaking of Unique Crap
The other day Zula(aka T'WIT-Tiny Warrior in Training) got a hold of Ms. Arcen's tackle box of crayons. As you may or may not remember I officially adopted this inquisitive blue eyed domestic K-9 after she was dropped at the Humane Society of Charlotte as an owner surrender in November. Apparently the owner that just had to have such a Husky could not handle the truth behind the responsibility after a few weeks of practical application. Zoo's curiosity learning has been fascinating to watch and be part of. Getting back to the story, I walked into the den and saw her laying on the floor staring at me with little colored paper wrappers strewn about her paws. She had eaten about 9 crayons or so according to the evidence at the scene. Dammit dog, Ms. Arcen still uses her crayons to make thank you cards and return notes to her BFFs.