Here is my rubber chicken. Well, what's left of it. Gramma took it away from me so she could take a picture, then she gave it back to me. She has to stay in the store today and I would not like it if she took my rubber chicken away with her. Any how, this is what I have left of it. I have really enjoyed chewing it up. I left little bits of it all over the floor and she had to sweep it all up, but she said it was good for the development of my teeth. What? What is development? I know what my teeth are, I use them all the time. But this development, I do not know.
Here I am. I am sitting on the back of the sofa waiting for Papa to come home. I wait right here every night until he gets home. I have stopped barking when I hear him come to the door. Gramma said I would have to stay in my kennel if I kept it up. I know the sound of Papa's truck. When I hear it come into the drive I know that Papa will open the door with those things he calls keys. Then Papa will take me outside one last time and we go to bed after that. Oscar and Emmy go to bed with Gramma. Some times that cat Gremlin will lay on the sofa while I am waiting for Papa. I think he might like me a little, but he doesn't want the others to know this. He still sticks his nose in the air when they are around. I just do not understand this cat.
I rolled in the fresh grass today. Gramma mowed again. She sure does do that a lot. We have to go inside when she mows. She said we might get hurt if we stay outside. That is fine by me, that mower is too loud. It has these things called blades that CUT. I do not want Gramma to mow me! Gramma said I would need a bath tonight. It is very hot outside. She told me to stay in the shade. Emmy told me that is where the sun isn't shining. Emmy likes to sit in the sun. She said she likes to be hot. Her hair is black and mine is white. Gramma told me that.
I am going to go have a nap now. I will be seeing you very soon. I am glad because you are my boy. Don't forget.... I love you!
Your dog, Wall-E