North Wapiti Siberian
Iditarod 2008 - Tales from the Trail
December 24, 2007
Christmas Eve Legend
Christmas Eve is not necessarily a time I look
forward to. See, it is legend that on Christmas Eve animals can
speak in human voices.
The yard is peaceful and quiet right now - but that is probably
because they are all in their dog houses working on their
Kara is going to have a whole list of demands to dictate to us;
Bait is going to preach at length about his 'Cat Supremacy'
theories; Tic will squeak out a list of complaints about how
unfair the world is; Fly will groan and complain about the woes
of getting old; Charge will cover about 100 topics in 10
minutes; Olena will bitterly complain about not running with the
main string; Fritter will tell us over and over again how much
she hates her evil sister; Sprite will complain that Icey is
looking at her food dish; Nahanni will share all her conspiracy
theories; Mr Bean will swear that all his littermates are
beating him up - even if they are not even close to him; Shooter
will be singing the chorus of 'Don't Worry - Be Happy'; Tess
will be yelling obscenities at any girls within earshot; Runner
will complain that he is not getting enough kibble; Battie will
want to host a group meeting so everybody can learn to just get
along...the list goes on and on. Well, except for Crunch - he
will believe that he is above any human traits and will simply
pass on speaking in human tongue.
My head is already hurting just thinking about it.
Thankfully, it is also believed that at midnight all water turns
to wine. So, I'll probably have my head under the tap guzzling
away to get me through the night!!!
Wishing you all the very Merriest of Christmases!!!!
Karen's Diary - Iditarod 2008 Edition
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