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Thursday, April 24, 2008

Haiku Friday #33 - Baby Beagle Update



Remember the day
Molly had a visitor ...
inside our backyard?

(clicking on the link above will take you to that Haiku
in case you missed it or forgot)


After a long search
we discovered the pooch lived
across the alley.

Apparently the
baby Beagle outwore his
welcome ... and has been

adopted by a
friend of my next door neighbor.
Buster is his name!

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Soon Molly and I
will go visit Buster in
his new BIG back yard!

* * * * *

Volume#34 - I up and did it yesterday!
(Published this morning at Sacred Ruminations)

For a Mr. Linky to other Haiku Fridays
go to A Mommy Story or
Playgroups are no Place for Children.

To see more previous Haikus,
click on the Haiku Friday label below this post
or in the sidebar under About Me.

Thought for Today
"I think dogs are the most amazing creatures; they give unconsditional love. For me they are the role model for being alive." Gilda Radner

14 comments:

Joyce said...

Oh! A doggie haiku. :) Me love. :)

transplantingme.com said...

a big backyard for buster... and you can visit. yay!!

The Laundress~JJ! said...

Oh too cute.

missus.mint said...

I love happy endings like that!

Eve said...

I love Buster's sign. I'm so glad he found a home with a big backyard. Nice he is close enough to visit, too.

storyteller said...

Joyce – Heheheh … I just had to do a ‘follow up’ as a ‘Ku’ after learning of this ‘development’ last weekend. I suspect Molly and Buster will have a delightful ‘reunion’ when we get them together again.

Transplanting Me – The gal who ‘adopted’ Buster will provide him with a wonderful life ;--)

JJ! Thanks ;--)

Missus.Mint – Me too. I’d wondered about the beagle puppy because I hadn’t heard him ‘sing’ for a while and was relieved at how things turned out.

Eve – I’m proud of Buster’s sign because I made it myself at ImageChef after a fellow blogger told me of the site where it’s easy to do things like this. Yup … things have worked out well for the little pooch.

Thanks to each of you for stopping by and sharing your thoughts this morning. I hope you’re all having a fantastic Friday!
Hugs and blessings,

Dane Bramage said...

I am glad things worked out for Buster! great 'kus too. Mine are food related

Greatfullivin said...

Oh my....does this mean, Molly has a boyfriend??? LOL! Glad Buster has a new yard!

Karen said...

I love a happy ending!

Sherck said...

That quote about dogs is right on.

I can't say that I was directly inspired by your haiku, since my subject is different, but I decided to give Haiku Friday another shot.

Best to you!

Sandy C. said...

Aww! So glad to hear Molly has a friend to visit and Buster has a new Big yard to play in :) So sweet!

storyteller said...

Dane Bramage – Me too! He was a ‘tiny’ QT when he crawled through a hole in our fence in February but will be more of a ‘playmate’ for Molly now.

Greatfullivin – Heheheh … I hadn’t considered that, but you might be right. Most of Molly’s friends are girls like her … but fortunately she’s ‘spayed’ so we won’t end up with any unwanted puppies.

Karen – I do too … and I’ll letcha know how the first visit goes.

Sherck – I like that quote too. I enjoyed your Haiku … it brought back ‘memories’ … left a ‘ku in response, but your editor didn’t accept the ‘line breaks’ so it doesn’t LOOK like one.

Sandy – Actually, Molly has LOTS of fur-friends …(people friends too)… but she’ll never turn down a ‘play-date’ … ever!

I appreciate each of you sharing your feedback and I hope you have a wonderful weekend.
Hugs and blessings,

Peajay said...

Hi Storyteller,
I hope you don't mind but I took the liberty of tagging you on my blog.
http://morancaintearbheagancuise.
blogspot.com/2008/04/ive-been-tangoed.html
I hope all is well.
Sláinte

storyteller said...

Peajay - I'm doing your 'Meme of Fives in my Fun Monday/Meme Monday plus Awards post' ... so be sure to check it out tomorrow. Actually ... it's up as of 8pm on Sunday night because I've posted it early.
Hugs and blessings,

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