I hear it! I
hear the car! HER car! And she's coming this way!
She's coming, she's coming! Oh, oh, oh...
The door! I
hear the door sound that sounds right before she comes in!
And so much has happened! A dog ran by and I chewed a tree and Pluto slept under the house and it rained a little! Oh, oh, oh! You're home, you're home!
Yes! I want to
jump! I'm not supposed to jump, but oh, oh, just a little jump!
And here she comes! Oh, oh, oh! I can stand on my legs and put my paws around her neck and-uh oh. Can't lick with this bottle in my mouth. But it's my present to her!
Oh, oh, what
to do? And she's rubbing me! But I want to lick her, oh, oh, I think
I'm about to burst!
My back, my
head, my ears, oh, oh 'lick, lick, lick'. "Murble, Murble, Mac,
good boy, murble, murble."
And I will get that look on my face that always makes her come and rub me. The look where I roll my eyes up, and keep my head flat here and she will come...and she's putting on her play skin! YES! We will play-sometime. My tail cannot be still. I am SO happy, happy, happy. Now she's going in the room with the wonderful water bowl! I LOVE that water bowl-always cool, clean water! She'll be out in just a minute, just a minute, just a.....yes, she's coming! She's here again. Oh, oh, oh.... Now back to the room with the box that has pictures and sounds. Ah, I know what happens now. Yep, she's laying down on the big pad there. Now she'll sleep. But that's okay. She's HOME! SHE'S home. She's home.
And she smells tired. So I will lay beside her here and guard her and wait while she sleeps. And when she wakes up she won't smell so tired. And we'll play and play.
just rest with her now, and smell her while she sleeps. And wait again.