Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Driving Mr. Kennedy

Last night and tonight I agreed to keep my friend's dog Kennedy who is a King Charles Cavalier like my dog Ella. So I was so excited because I thought they would have so much fun together and because I would get to snuggle in my bed with 2 dogs. That might sound a little weird but I let my dog sleep with me every night. She usually hogs the bed or lays on my head but I let her anyway. I was excited walking them around the block and showing them off. I felt like Sex in the City, Charlotte had a dog like Ella, but it was fun walking with these two little pooches. Later on I wanted to bring them by a friend house to show them off. Now you know how I am with driving. My car is in the shop because the shifter will not work and there are pieces falling off from where I would hit things, but I am still holding off on getting that fixed. My driving abilities are not the best and I even have friends that will not ride with me. If someone new does ride with me they hold on for for dear life. I really don't think it is that bad but I found out when I drove Kennedy.

Ella was in my lap and Kennedy was sitting on the passenger seat. I drive Ella around all the time and she loves the car. She has no fear sticking almost her whole body out the window, ears flapping driving down the highway or around the block. This was not at all how Kennedy behaved. At first he was sitting in the seat chilling but when I started driving it changed. By the end of the ride he had his face up against the seat of the car like he was getting support from the back of the seat. He did not look happy at all. I mean even a dog can not ride with me. How can I be that bad!


Jud said...

Dear AnnieMac:
Please note that a recent change in rules allows for only one (1) dog to be at a residence at a time. In the future, if you plan to have "guest canines" at your residence outside of policy, please submit a written request for a waiver to the policy (typed, double-spaced) at least two (2) weeks in advance. Please provide a detailed explanation of why the wiaver is needed, include several pictures of the canine(s) in question, as well as a notarized copy of the most recent shot record. All vaccinations must be current. This information and two (2) will allow the Rules Committee time to review and act upon your request for a waiver.

Failure to follow these guidelines will result in swift and harsh punishment, which may include, but not be limited to:
- talking behind your back
- sneering down our noises at you
- calling your dog a "filthy beast'
- blaming every animal incident on your beast
- leaving notes under your wiper blades and taped to your door
- whatever else we can dream up.

With regards,

Your Resident Association

♥georgie♥ said...

OMGosh those are the cutest dogs ever!!!! I am soooo not kidding I want one now....and as soon as wrapped around daddys lil pinky aka lilest bean gets home i am showing her this post...then we can get one!!!