After taking Sunny for a little walk I thought I’d take his photo next to the corn.
The corn is growing and starting to tassel, but it still has a long way to go.
When I was a kid we cousins used to play hide-n-seek in a neighbor’s cornfield. We never got lost, but younger children have been known to get lost in a cornfield.
Once, I thought we lost our little Becky in the corn. Luckily, she knew to walk around the tall corn to get to the neighbors, but she sure scared me when she disappeared that day.
The neighbors weren’t home so one one could tell us our two-year-old had gone to play in their sandbox.
I wanted to tether her to me after that. She sure was one slippery child, also getting lost in the Museum of Science and Industry when she was five. I didn’t let go of her hand after we found her that day.
I let my mind wander today. See what happens when I don’t plan what to write in my blog.
Sunny would stay outside all day, even in this hot weather, if I would let him. I have work to get him to come inside. Usually, a treat does the trick, but sometimes he’s so stubborn he will forgo the treat so he can stay out longer.
Sunny came to sit with me on the back porch. He keeps a lookout for anything that may come into the yard, be it human or animal.
This day Car-E the kitten had been racing back and forth in the porch, but I couldn’t catch them in a picture together. The cat was just too fast.
If Car-E gets too annoying, Sunny gets up and moves. If Car-E continues to bother him, I’ll put the kitten in another part of the house to give the dog a break.
I believe the kitten and the dog will become friends, or at least Sunny will learn to tolerate Car-E.
I don’t think Sunny likes our new kitten too much. Whenever Car-E comes close, Sunny gets up and moves.
Sunny is suspicious of that ball of fuzz especially when Car-E is playing.
Once, I rolled one of Sunny’s old tennis balls across the floor for Car-E to play with. Sunny got up, walked across the kitchen, picked up the ball, and walked away–that dog hasn’t touched that ball in months. Sunny only wanted it because I rolled it to the kitten.
Luckily, Sunny isn’t mean. He won’t hurt Car-E. Sunny will just look sad because he’s not getting all my attention.
I’m sure they will eventually become best friends. Or at least Sunny will learn to tolerate his new housemate.