|Me Meditating on Gratitude and|
Petey the Pup!
And this: Before I go into my meditative trance to channel the mind of a pup, I would like to say Happy Thanksgiving to all, even all my international devotees. I am thankful for all of your devotion and send you all my divine blessings and love for a life full of things to be thankful for!
Can't forget that: Special thanks to my Mama for being so patient with me while I tirelessly work towards purrrrrfecting my yoga practice. As I quote in my book Daily Yoga for a Happy and Healthy Cat from the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, I-14:
Practice becomes firmly grounded when well attended to for a long time, without break and in all earnestness.
By the way this: The proceeds of my book go towards animal rescue and welfare! Bless my selfless swami heart! Me-Ommmmm!
And now for that: Officially I am signed up for tomorrow, but no one signed up for yesterday or today, so I am posting a little early for all those who have been hanging off the edge of their beds, couches, trees, and litter boxes!
Oh, and don't forget this: Visit these previous chapters to get the whole exciting story!:
Me-Ommmmm, me-ommmmm, me-ommmmm………..
Chapter 28 of Petey's Adventure!
We all stared at the lights coming towards us. Beast and I kept quiet and the smell of treat crumbs on the ground was a bit distracting. The Lady, however, began to call out to whomever it was: "Help! Help! We're over here!"
Beast and I raised our noses into the air. Could it be? sniff….sniff….. It was! It was pizza! The man from the cabin in the woods must have come looking for us!
"Sweetie, I'm coming!" he shouted. "I saw the string you tied to all the branches and followed them. I'm so glad we took that outdoors survival course last month!"
They embraced in a passionate Hollywood kiss. Enough with this mushiness! I started to bark and growl to let them know my owner and Beast's mom, oh, and those Three Stooges-like officers, needed to get out of the cold, wet, icy, dark ravine! The lovebirds finally let go of their embrace and began brainstorming on what to do.
The outdoorsy man did not have a cell phone - too high-tech for him. They called down into the ravine but no one answered. Oh Dog! I hope they are ok. I whimpered and barked hoping my owner would respond. After a few minutes we heard fumbling and they all woke up. Phew! No one was seriously injured, but still stuck in the ravine.
Sniff…sniff….I could smell it before seeing it. The sun was about to rise…
Check out chapter 29 over at Boingy Dog!
And This 'N' That: Thank you 2BrownDawgs and
And that: And I am thankful for turkey! Yumyumyum! Me-Ommmmm!