Bud the dog loved everybody and everybody loved him. He was like a walking love bubble. He took in love. He gave off love. He amplified love. Wherever he went there was more love. Unfortunately, there was too much love for his little doggy heart. Saturday morning it gave out.
I’d sing songs to bud that consisted of just his name over and over again. He loved it. He would jump up and down and his little tail wagged like mad whenever I came for a visit. He will be missed.
As I drove down Monday morning, I looked over at a passing farm and notice a few large brown cows in a small pen. Some really really big brown cows. Those aren’t cows they’re bison. I don’t know if you have ever seen a bison but they are huge, way bigger than cows. The thing that struck me was how short the fence that enclosed them was. It barely came to their knees. They could bust right through that thing.
A few more miles down the road, I saw a horse. That doesn’t sound strange right. Lots of people have horses out in the country. This one caught my eye because it was standing right beside the road chewing on the grass. It was saddled at the reins were hanging around its head. I slowed down a lot and looked around for the rider. Maybe they had been thrown and fallen into a ditch. I didn’t see anybody and the horse was near a house. Perhaps the rider had just stepped into the house for a bit. I guess I will never know.
Kissed you when I saw you
Stared deep into your eyes
I meant to say I love you
But instead I said goodbye
Not much happened. Watched the super bowl.