At the end of the day, I say goodbye to my friends and walk home. I let myself in through the unlocked door. I wave to Mama, who is sitting at the table and reading another newspaper, and leap over the obstacle course on the floor to get to the couch and grab for the remote to turn on the TV.
I wake up to the alarm clock blaring loudly in my ear. Next, I rise slowly
As soon as I come downstairs my chubby english lab heaves himself off of his dog bed and makes a concerted effort to seem excited
Jake, a chocolate lab, examines the oriental rugs upon the floor with his head down as he patrols the entire ground floor. As he enters a room he is not usually permitted in, his ears perk up, his tail wags and he begins to leer around. He peers his head up onto the couch searching, and locates his prey.
Shiba Drills:Pupper’s Rescue It was a normal day like any other Shiba the dog was sleeping, and his friend John was petting him. Then, out of nowhere Shiba got up and went to his bed, and opened a secret hideout hatch with his paw,and it was a hideout that was pretty awesome and had some of the highest quality dog tech available, and only in a 10x10x10 box room under a house, it had a nice dog bed ,and a computer-like tv that can alert you stuff, and it also controls all the lights and electronics in his hideout. Soon he got an alert that read “Alert Alert Skeletor has kidnaped pupper and is hiding in The Dungeon near the suburbs”.
I started rolling like a wheel on a wagon. My owner heard me barking and he came but he didn’t know that there was a steep hill and started running toward me. He was not paying attention and started rolling too. He regained his balance but some of the bananas split open on the hill. He started to walk but he slipped on some banana peels. Then he started running and caught up with me.Then we slowed down and stopped. “We should get home but first let’s take a walk”,Mako said
I wake up and then grab my stuff and go to a place lost in time. So I can fight the enemy of my enemy, so I grab my ghost and go. As I drive along the forgotten shores, I see a pillar of light. Then out of a conflux a group of
Of course I immediately felt badly, but as I got up and proceeded down the stairs, there he was, eyes bright, tail wagging, tongue hanging out.
I was just about to tie the sash of my new dress, I was wearing it on for the first time. My grandma had let me pick out the material, buttons, and pattern and she had just finished it the night before. As I turned around I saw my cousin
I race around the apartment, getting myself ready for a night on the town. Lacey will meet me at the restaurant since her son has soccer practice until six-thirty.
I kept him there and fed him rabbits and squirrels until the animal control people came to my home and asked where did i get that dog.
“Michael what are you doing the bus is almost here” I rush to the stop, take a seat and day-dream for the rest of the ride.
“ISLA! HURRY UP! WE’RE LATE!” my mom shouted from downstairs. “DO I HAVE TO GO?” I shouted back. “YES! NOW HURRY UP!” she shouts back. I glance at my reflected self on the mirror, tie my jet-black hair up in a high ponytail, look at myself again and internally groan before making my way out of my comfort zone aka my room.
I watched the clock tick and tick as it got closer to the 7. I really wasn 't a morning person, but when you gotta business to run, you have to do whatever it takes to run it.
As I wake up to the ringing of my alarm, a smile grows on my face. I get out of bed and follow my daily routine: turn on the shower and brush my teeth while I wait for the water to warm up. Today is going to be a great