Due to a busy schedule, writer’s block, and exhaustion – David Rische asked his dog, Macy Rische to be a guest blogger. She is the reason for his busy schedule, writer’s block, and exhaustion.
Hi! I’m Macy Rische. This is a picture of me with the two younger humans that live in my house. Here is my story of how I ended up there.
It all started about a month ago. My sisters, mom and I played, ate, and slept happily every day. Then something strange happened that rocked my world. Unknown humans showed up one day, and took each of my sisters!
That night I cried for several hours. I didn’t even get a chance to tell them goodbye, and I feel like I’ll never get to see them again. My stomach hurt – was there something wrong with me? Why was no one taking me? So, as I was laying alone in a small pen, I finally drifted off to sleep. Then something wild happened. In a dream, I had a vision that God was telling me He had hand-picked a special group of humans for me. They were fighting sadness because they lost a dog to cancer – and really needed someone special to bring back their happiness. I found out later that the dog’s name was Sadie – and she was another sister I had! Just a side note, that’s why I believe God sends us to people – we bring joy, love, and friendship. Not quite sure the purpose those things called cats have – but I’ll have to write my theories about that another time.
Here is a picture of me in action – that is why it is blurry. I’m very high energy. But then tiredness hits – and I fall asleep in the strangest places. You know what else hits? Me having to go to the bathroom. My humans don’t understand sometimes when I gotta go – I GOTTA GO! They get mad when I go on that surface they call the carpet. I think they want me to go to the bathroom outside all the time. But I’m a puppy, and still trying to figure out how the whole system works.
This is the “cute” pose I take whenever I get in trouble. My teeth are KILLING ME! Plus, I am hungry all the time. So I chew anything and anyone that comes into my path. Plus, I get in spats with another dog in the house named Brownie. Overall, I really like her – but she is kind of grumpy and set in her ways. When the humans leave us (which makes me incredibly sad), she provides companionship – almost like my sisters use to.
Well, those are the highlights of my tale. As you can see in this picture, the big human is exhausted – and his head makes a great pillow. If he lets me write again – I would like to share my theory on how to end the squirrel population once and for all. 🙂