After sleeping through the night, Poppy’s naughty alter ego took charge. Within minutes of descending the stairs she found something foul, no doubt left by one of the cats, to roll in. This set the tenor for the day, for she resented getting cleaned up prior to breakfast. All day she alternated between cherubic and possessed before finally crashing to sleep about 8 p.m. Poppy’s not yet settled into suburban life. She misses running like a banshee in a paddock. I’m so in love!

Miss Poppy Seed enjoys the early morning view of cars passing our house from the safety of a fenced-in yard. That was the last moment of calm for many hours this exuberant day.


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2 Responses to Angel/Devil

  1. Clowie says:

    I could change from nice to naughty in the blink of an eye when I was a pup!

    • Hi Clowie! Maybe that’s why puppies are so endearing. That turn of temperament makes me laugh…well, a little while after I clean up a shredded magazine anyway. Thanks Clowie šŸ™‚

Poppy checks her pee mail daily, so bark out loud!

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