Sunday, March 13, 2016

Buster


This is Buster. As you can see, he is very sincere when it comes to the morning routine. And he's always willing to eat the other half of that sandwich, you know, to help me fast.

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  1. I want to kiss his cute little nose. May I?

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    1. Ummm... that probably wouldn't be a good idea. He doesn't like strangers. In fact, he doesn't like other members of the family. As head of Zoar's security force, he takes his job very seriously. He would definitely bite your nose.

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  2. You left some commas out of a recent post, Bear, so that my friend and I got a laugh after momentarily wondering what a "Yorkie Buster" was. Thanks for posting this charming photo of your Yorkie, comma, Buster.

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    1. I always write in haste, and, unfortunately, it usually shows. Also not having a second pair of eyes read everything guarantees typos. Commas are important to me. In fact, I once, when we had llamas, intended to write a children's book about "The Comma Llama."

      We have a much smaller Yorkie who looks more Chihuahua-ish than moppish. Her name is Dahlia, and she's literally insane, I think, if a dog can be insane. She is my constant lap companion, but bites at random intervals. Once in awhile, though, she goes "feisty dog" as we call it, when she's very engaging and desirous of petting. My son has a Samoyed (big dog) and four lb Dahlia attacks it viciously. Yorkies, at least our Yorkies, are very aggressive, which is kind of a shame, since everyone wants to pet Buster.

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  3. Well, as cute as they are, they are still Terriers.

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  4. We had a little friend much like Buster, only ours was a Daisy, and Daisy was a pure bred maniac with many health issues (so much for going to a breeder). But oh, how we miss her! If we went to the mailbox she fretted and fussed, and when we came back in it was as if we had been gone a month. Our little Velcro pal.

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    1. Did she tolerate only one or two family members? She sounds like a real sweetie.

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  5. BTW, Buster does actually know when Divine Office begins and ends, and insists on joining us by sitting on the table. Terriers are amazingly smart. And tenacious!

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  6. Team Buster! He can join my dachshunds in enforcing the fasting obligations here!

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