Turning The Tables On Boom Boom

Big Brother Frankie Suave spied his chance to have some alone time, but, when challenged, he demonstrated the big bro skill of turning the tables.

Frankie Suave racing to his destination.
Frankie Suave racing to his destination.

When you are the big bro to three mischievous brothers (and one older instigating sister), alone time is a very precious thing. Frankie has claimed one of the couches in the den (Cheoah has the other), but outside his preferred spot is on top of the picnic table. When he spotted that it was empty yesterday, he took off running for it.

It's mine. All mine!
It’s mine. All mine!

He jumped on top of the table, spun around a few times in sheer delight, and prepared to settle down for a quiet nap on a snow covered table. However, our hero is about to be bothered by Little Brother Boom Boom entering from the lower left.

Even Cheoah knows how this is going to end.

With a wag of his fluffy tail and lots of wooing, Landon asked over and over the eternal little brother questions. “What are you doing? Why are you doing it? Can I do it too?” And, like all big brothers, Frankie had an answer for his little brother.

Scram!
Scram!

5 thoughts on “Turning The Tables On Boom Boom”

  1. Don’t blame you Frankie Suave-alone time CAN be precious although on top of a snowy picnic table doesn’t sound fun to me. BUT you are a Sibe and I guess it’s great for you. I LOVE the last picture and the SCRAM to Landon and Cheoah!!! Then I guess you settled down for a NICE nap!

  2. To:Hu-Dad

    From: Sabo the German Shepherd Attorney at Paw

    Subject: rest area

    Hu-Dad, I have been contacted by my clients the Sibe Tribe with regard to adequate rest areas in the out door area. After a meeting with my clients via Ipaw, we have concluded that in order that there be equitable rest areas an additional picnic table is warranted. As you can see with limited resting area there is the possibility of disunity within the tribe which is not acceptable as they must work together in order to keep Hu-dad mentally and physically fit. So this request is not a selfish one, but one base on the benevolence of the tribe for the care and upkeep of their humans.

    We look forward to your prompt completion of our request.

    Sincerely
    Sabo the German Shepherd, Attorney at Paw

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