Home, part one: the garden

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Our garden has a cool front yard, where I love to play ball, and check out the road. I am very good at guarding my folks, and keep all suspicious dogs on their toes

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This is where I see them coming, and can get prepared and…

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…pursue them all along the fence…  Veronica does not  share my  “keeping guard method”, she hates me barking. Does she not understand what’s at stake here? But NO it is; “two barks is enough”, “those are nice dogs”, “no need to fuss”… she doesn’t get it AT ALL

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We have a pool, I don’t like swimming (they  tried in hot weather, but NO WAY) I don’t understand why there is no fish, or cool frogs and I keep hoping to see some. I check every day. I do chase big pigeons though, such fun, very silly birds.

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This is the short cut to neighbours garden, I am not allowed to use it anymore!

There was an incident last week, I supposedly broke a blue flower, it was totally an accident. Veronica got terribly upset, and went on and on and on about the flower AND the plants and me …

I tried to explain that I need to, VERY QUICKLY, go and check out new guy next door. She did not seem very impressed. Now she put this barrier up. What is the point of a cool garden if I cannot use it??

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