I’m in Florida. The land of leashes, poop bags, thunderstorms and dark water.
My reflections . . .
I don’t mind the leash, but Kristina thinks I don’t get enough free running time.
Poop bags? Well, that’s Kristina’s duty. I barked, “duty.” Ha Ha 🙂
Thunderstorms scare me. They’re too loud and shake the boat. I pant at Kristina to make them stop, but she just smiles at me and says, “You’re fine.” Easy for her to say when she understands what’s going on and to me, well I’m a dog so how could I know?
The dark water . . . That’s where my reflection comes in.
I look in the water.
“Come here,” I bark and wag my tail.
“Hang on,” Kristina says, but she’s obedient as usual and is at my side in seconds.
I look at her, back at the water and at her again. She does well with visual signals and gets my meaning.
“There’s a dog in there,” I bark like a crazy dog from the Canadian wilderness. “Get it out! How can it breath underwater?”
I’m getting a little scared now. “Don’t laugh,” I bark. “That dog needs help.”
“That’s you, silly.”
“Me? Me?” I bark. “Am I really that handsome?”
“Of course,” Kristina says.
So now I’m obsessed. I stare at my handsome reflection every chance I get. Who knew I was sooooo good looking?
Okay, I’ll admit it was fun watching fish and dolphins in the clear Bahamian water, but now I have a new hobby to entertain myself.
As we motor north on the Intracoastal Waterway, I sit on the bow and check myself out!