My human has only one twos, one twos (twos) legs, doesn't think like us and he has been called weirds. I like that in a familys man. He is stubborns like me. He likes his beer dark. He could be called an Eclectic Peeps. Most of all, he loves me and I like that. DeltaBunny will journal our lives togethers in the small Delta town of Rio Vista, California.

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22 August 2005


I was going to post this last night but the sad news of Spencer's passing kinda discombobulated things.

Mom got home from Alturas late Friday. My job is to help unpack her overnight and snack bag.

No treats left this time. That's got to change!
We've got to talk.
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Mom just got home and now she turns around and has to leave for Chester to train more teachers. I just got finished helping her unpack. So NOW my job is to help her repack!
Does she have all her papers and all that important teacher stuff?

Papers, check. Transparencies, check.
What the heck are those? I can barely see them.
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Can I go, too? Pleeease, with cheese on it! Posted by Picasa

I'll be real quiet and I won't get any hair on your clothes. Promise.

Oh, no! She's leaving without me. One more try.

Oh, please. Don't leave me alone with that crazy man. Posted by Picasa

Well, I tried. Sniff...

So terrier teary eyed and blue Posted by Picasa

Bye Mom. Call when you get there. ('Call when you find work', as Dad's mom likes to say.) Who's Chester, anyway?


Why do dogs love to stick their heads out of car windows?
Hey, it's darn fun and feels good! But yah, those smells. Love having the wind shove those aromas up my sniffer. And yes, I wear my seat belt CHAMPION Canine Seat Belt System whenever I'm in the car.

Me in my seat belt, rearin' to go Posted by Picasa

I don't want to go flying through the windscreen if we are ever in an accident. I see that dog in the oil commercial sitting in the front seat of the pickup talking about how good his human is. I DON'T SEE A SEAT BELT. How good can that human be?
Please keep us safe!

BBC NEWS | Technology | Cuteness triumphs in Nintendogs

What's up with this? More competition? Cats, lizards, snakes, rats, hamsters and now fake dogs. I don't like this. Now humans will spend even more time on the little magic box and less time on tummy rubs. BAN NINTENDOGS!!

One consolation. At least they have to pick up after those furry little pixels.


Moon The Dog said...

I actually enjoy it when the humans leave the house, but I have my sister to play with. We have the run of the house, so long as we keep "The cat" in check.

When we go out in the big moving box, we are in a cage in the far back. We don't wear seatbelts, but they sound like a leash (which is not my favorite piece of jewerly).

I agree 100% that Nintendogs is evil. Not only should you ban it, but you should strive to destroy it if you get the chance.

Freda said...


Glad you get to ride in a cage in the far back. That keeps everyone safer. I still don't see how those itty bitty dogs can steer those big moving boxes while sitting in their human's lap, but a lot do.



Splash said...

Hey Freda, your buddies (not buddies?) are in the news! Check it out here. (need a sign-in?)

The Whippy Curly Tails said...

Very cute pics. Love your VW bug..I had a red one. We are very upset about Spencer too! Our best to curio.

Freda said...

Hey Splash,

Checked the story out. Thanks for the tip. We haven't trapped any voles lately (knock on bone), so I am taking my frustration out on my 'inside' vole. Dad has had to sew it up a little.
Thanks again.



Freda said...


Dad still thinks about Spencer.

I like the Bug. The back seat is just the right size for me. It feels nice and cozy.

Sometimes my typist takes the pictures if I can't get the timer to work right. I get a lot of pictures of my butt while I'm trying to get to my mark. But I have to compose them, check the lighting and all the hard stuff. Thanks.



Cal the Wonderdog said...

I am so with you on the Nintendogs thing. What's the point of it anyway?

You are so nice to help your mom pack. And I bet you are glad you have your trusty sidekick there as you can't hit the road this time.

On the seatbelt thing, I think that's a good idea, although I don't have one yet. I suppose if I ever get my driver's license, I'll have to get one. But what if I fly through the windshield in the meantime? My sidedkick has a lead foot on both brakes and gas. Wait, I hear the brakes scraping the brake drums now - hardly any brake pads left and they were just replaced 6 months ago!!!