Monday, December 23, 2013
A DOG'S LIFE ... AT 7TH AND MONTANA!
It was a dog day afternoon at 7th and Montana on Saturday and if you don't believe me, just ask 'Neighbor A,' who made the scene intent on proving that the bakeries in our neighborhood are going to the dogs. First, he complained about the declining quality of the Danish and Croissants at the Fancy Schmancy Café nearby. Then, as if to perform a taste test, he reached for a bag of Dog Treats. "Those truffles look delicious," he said, pointing at a plastic bag of Kibble, "May I?" "Help yourself," said Richard. Truth be told, we're not talking about any ordinary Kibble here. It was a special recipe designed to prevent Reggie, the Polish Lowland Sheepdog, from getting diarrhea. But that didn't stop Neighbor A. He pulled a nugget out of the bag, popped it into his mouth and licked his lips with delight. The whole thing makes me wonder ... what does he do when he sees a fire hydrant?!?