Hi there. It's me, Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet star. Gary aka 'klahanie', has allowed me to put up this posting. He's very tired and thus, I thought this would be a wonderful opportunity to let you know my feelings. Gary has been very sad, but I want him to know that he is loved.
The weather has been cold and bleak. We've been running out of vital food supplies. In other words, my dog food.
I have tried to give Gary a bit of a hint of just how hungry I am. Note my fascination with 'Tails' the fox.
I told you I was hungry. Get me some food dude, or the fox gets it!
Okay then. So I went outside to survey the situation. Could I possibly work out a plan so Gary could get to the shops and purchase some dog food?
Aha! I've got an idea! I shall become a very handy 'snow plough' and clear a path down to the street. That'll do it. Clear a pathway, Gary walks to the road and heads to the shop for some urgently needed dog food. Fantastic! I'm such a clever little dog. I state ever so modestly.
Yikes! It was bloody fffreeezing out there. I had a look out Gary's bedroom window and realised that it was going to be a heck of an undertaking. I mean, really, was I going to snow plough the entire street so that the old guy could get to the shops and obtain some vital dog food? Hmmmm..maybe not. I shall have to give him that sad puppy look and thus he will brave the bitter cold and head for the store.
So off Gary went. It was so cold that he couldn't open his car doors! Undaunted, he eventually trudged to the store and came back with those vital supplies. Yes indeed! I now have plenty of dog food and Tails the fox has been spared from my thoughts of knocking the stuffing out of him!
Gary has asked me if I would make this announcement. Coming soon, to a computer near you, the eagerly anticipated, 'The Wee Folks Christmas Special.' I'm really looking forward to that because the wee folks are kind and gentle creatures.
I went back out into our garden. I looked way up at the icy chimes. Beautiful music echoed through the naked branches. Cold, crisp and haunting tunes, rang out, on a bitterly freezing, late autumn night.
I went back inside to our warm and cosy home. I saw Gary looking so sad as he lay on the sofa. I snuggled up beside him. I wanted him to know that all would be just fine.
Now my tummy is full and I am content. It is time for me to go and sleep in his son's bedroom. I want his son to understand, that no matter what, I shall always love him and will do whatever it takes to make him smile.
Thank you, my friend. I, Penny the Jack Russell dog, send you pawsitive wishes.