Saturday SlobberLove

whothereSometimes on Saturday, after a fairly relaxing morning spent begging for more Greenies and scratching our privates, our serenity is interrupted by the sound of a bee INSIDE OF THE HOUSE. And when this happens we instinctually engage our battlefield experience by crouching behind the couch and watching the action as our mother runs around like a lunatic shooing the flying thing outside where it and us will be safe, using an old issue of Oprah Magazine.

There’s No Rest For the Weary,
Ted the Terrified Terrier

9 Comments on "Saturday SlobberLove"

  1. PJ says:

    We all just want to be safe and free don’t we?

  2. Oprah’s amazing, she’s so versatile!

  3. The Zadge says:

    I bet he was just standing guard to make sure the whole hive didn’t come inside.

  4. MidLyfeMama says:

    I try to capture bees inside a cup, sliding a piece of paper or cardboard over the top to keep them in there while I get them back outside. The problem with this method is you are put in very close contact with the buzzing. And the buzzing causes that part of your brain that says BEES!STING!RUN! to tell you to just fling the thing on the floor and stomp on the bee. But I try to ignore that long enough to get it outside. It isn’t the bees fault I am bad at shutting doors.