I sometimes wonder why people worry so
much. It seems that humans make such a big deal out of things when
things will really be okay. When somethings bothering me I just plop
down and sleep it off. That's when I have the best dreams, the ones
where I can hear the humans laughing at my moving legs or my barks
that I let slip though in my sleep. Those naps are the best. Also,
I've never really understood the idea of time. Time is inevitable, so
why pay so much attention to it? I let days go by not worrying about
when this is supposed to happen or why hasn't that happened. It gives
me a sense of freedom. Why can't humans allow themselves that
feeling? I get that they have human stuff they have to do, but I just
don't grasp the idea of letting time take over and control your life.
Anyway, who am I to say all of this? Maybe I'm just a totally laid
back dog who's got a good life. I'll admit, I'm spoiled. I'm more
than spoiled and beyond lucky actually. Even though sometimes I
wonder what it would be like to be a human, or a bird, or even a cat
sometimes, I love being a dog. In my opinion, it's the best way to go
through life, but that's just me. Although, I've always came across
the want to be able to speak. Sometimes I just want to scream things!
But I can't speak in words, all the humans hear is barks and growls.
I can understand them though. I really enjoy sitting and listening to
them converse with each other. It's so interesting to listen to them
speak and then see what they have to say back in response. For me,
all I have is actions. I can let them know how I'm feeling or what
I'm thinking with my movements or actions. My tail by the way, it's
awesome. I don't know why everyone doesn't have a tail, they're so
cool! I may be a little bit bias, but I think the world would be a
better place if everyone had tails. You would know when someone or
something is on edge, or happy, or bummed, or scared, and even
embarrassed. There's so much you can tell just from my tail
movements, let alone my cute head tilting and licking.