|"If I eat these, would I be a cannibal? Ha roo roo roo!"|
Anyway, remembering their Haik-roo #1 about me - the Peep - got me to thinking. Cam and I should follow in her and Zimmie's footsteps and continue the tradition of writing Haik-roo. Great idea, don't you think?
Yesterday, Mom wanted a picture of us supporting the KSU Wildcats for the College of Veterinary Medicine's FaceBook page. While we were working on it, I ran my idea past Cam - and she was up for it. I figured there was no time like then to get creative! I took the first and last lines, Cam had the middle -- here you go!
Pretty good, huh? And look at how cooperative we were! And then ...
Things got a bit more interesting.
|"Hey ... cool hat! Oops. It fell."|
"Maggie! No! Don't do it!"
Mom moved the hat back up onto the top step, then mistook my interest in the hat for the desire to have it touch me. Not gonna happen.
|"I'm outta here."|
"Maggie, no! Come on, Peep! Don't leave me! Mom... Mom, no!!! I ... uh ..."
Hey. Mom was out of treats. Session over!
For some of us.
I hope you enjoyed the second Haik-roo, the first one Cam and I wrote together!
*A Haik-roo is like traditional Japanese haiku (three lines of non-rhyming verse, 17 total syllables: 5 in the first line, 7 in the second, and 5 in the last), only the last two syllables are "ha roo".