He had a newspaper in his mouth and a serious expression. I asked where it came from but instead of answering, he asked, in that way we have of communicating, "Would you read this to me please Ma?"
Why, I don't know, but I panicked wondering what he and his pack had gotten themselves into.
He pointed to the article but I was busy trying to see the name of the newspaper and where it originated. No name, nor place was given.
Omar set down in front of me, waiting for me to begin, so I did. As I read a far away look came into his eyes, as though he were in a trance, reliving the moments.
After a wet "I love you" lick to my face, he was off like lightening to repeat the words to those who had joined him in this daring deed.
Still in awe, I decided I'd share this with you all. After all I was looking for something different to write about. Omar still hasn't told me where this waterfront town is and I'm guessing he never will.
When he returned he told me how happy the rescued newcomers were to hear the story and how happy they were to be at K9 Town, USA where they could feel the love and friendship and enjoy their new lives.
COMING SOON: The canine celebration (yes, he talked me into another party)
announcing Sweatshoppe Publications as the new publishers of O. Warfield's second novelette in verse, "Led By An Eagle."