Maggie Mooseology

Maggie’s pawsability thought for the day:

“It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn’t use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like “What about lunch?”

A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh

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  My dog Maggie is constantly nibbling on sticks, leaves, and twigs. It likens her to the herbivore Moose family. If I take her out for a walk, especially on an early overcast morning the dewy grass has a strong pull for her. Like today, gray as gray gets. Sorry Maggie-no grass. The only bright spot visible on this gray walk was the white blossoms on a tree along our walk.

As I shot the photo of the tree filled with white blossoms Maggie found herself some nice little twigs for a breakfast starter. The real deal (dog food) was at home. Maggie’s favorite conversations with me originate with food (the only exception being the word BALL). She knows the words EAT & TREAT very well. Her little Springer spaniel tail wags back and forth upon hearing them. Our friendship grows with few words and some good times together.  Winnie-the-Pooh’s; “What about lunch?”  just about sums it up with a walk tossed in to toast to our health!

Maggie grazing as a little Mooselet.. he he

3 comments to Maggie Mooseology

  • Cherokee Billie  says:

    I love Maggie’s thought for the day. I think she is smarter than humans because she only pays attention to the words that are really important and ignores all of the other nonessential words. If humans could do that we would be a lot better off.
    Many blessings,
    Cherokee Billie

  • maggiemoosetracks  says:

    Thank you :)

  • spicegirlfla  says:

    Aww…to live life through the eyes of a dog! How nice to take a stroll with Maggie.

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