Too Early For This

We all know that morning when things start moving too quick and you just aren’t ready. All you can say is “Too early for this.”

too early for this

Life at Chez Herd by the Sea might seem blissful. Two long walks a day. Breakfast and dinner fit for kings. Comfy beds and couches for snoozing. Birds and squirrels to watch. But the price is our photographer Hu-Dad following us with his camera. Typhoon saw it pointed in his direction and grumbled, “Too early for this.”

4 Comments

  1. Jean Burkhardt on January 28, 2021 at 3:28 pm

    His eyes say it all!!!!! BUT what are they saying? Could it be something sinister or maybe as Hu-Dad said-JUST TOO TIRED!!

  2. tammy j on January 28, 2021 at 12:21 pm

    what a gorgeous picture! XO

  3. Debbie and Ruby on January 28, 2021 at 9:19 am

    Oh what a beautiful morning!! Looks like a happy Husky morning to me.

  4. Cheryl on January 28, 2021 at 8:17 am

    Hu-Dad send that photo to Author Stephen King if you are super busy !! Someone must have a story outline about a sweet lovable always obedient Husky with a fun loving streak who is suddenly taken over by an ALF (Alien Life Force) can he be saved once the deadly golden fur starts to grow ?!!?!🤣🤣

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