called Booker-T as he entered the gate at Midge's house
greeted Midge as she came from the back yard.
“What is your
owner doing?” asked Booker-T. “I thought she would be gone to
“She is getting
ready for work” said Midge “You are really early this morning.
Did you forget the time?”
“I thought we
could go to that ride park and check it out before all the
construction people got there,” said Booker-T. “ We can check out
those neat looking rides.”
construction people start their days early,” said Midge. “I
remember them showing up really early across the street when they
built that water park over there. My owner should be going in a few
minutes and we can go check it out.”
Booker-T sat down
on the porch and waited with Midge. When her owner drove away from
the house, they hurried out the gate to go to Jake's house.
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“Jake! Jake!” called Midge and she
and Booker-T ran into the yard at Jake's house.
“Where are you?” called
Jake came running around the
corner of the house and quickly stopped in front of Midge. “What is
going on? Why are you all excited?”
“Jake,” said Midge trying to
catch her breath. “The space aliens have landed. They are here,
“Midge,” said Jake. “Slow
down. Remember when you came running telling me the aliens had
landed and it turned out to be a hot air balloon and the next time it
was an advertisement for a new cafe. How do you know that is a real
“I saw them too Jake,” said
Booker-T as he paced back and forth.
“Hey Look!” said Jake. “Here
comes a little tractor.”
“A tractor?” asked Booker-T.
“What are they going to do with the tractor?”
“I don't know,” said Midge.
The three watched as a man drove
the little tractor to the back yard and stopped in front of the hole.
Then the tractor lowered what look like an upside down tub with
“It looks like a monster,”
“Oh,” said Midge. “He's
digging the hole little deeper with that tractor. Wow, that's cool.
That tractor digs holes better than we do.”
As the hole got deeper and wider,
the pile of dirt grew bigger and bigger. When the man finished
digging the hole and drove the tractor back to the front, Jake ran up
the dirt hill and stood on the top.
“Look guys,” Laughed Jake.
“I'm king of the hill.”
Booker-T ran over to Midge's house and
slipped into the house through the back doggie door.
“Hey Midge!” called Booker-T.
“Where are you?”
“Hi Booker-T,” greeted Midge
as she entered the kitchen. “What are you doing?”
“I saw your owner leave so came
to see Snappy,” said Booker-T.
“Snappy will enjoy seeing you,
said Midge. “Come on.”
The two entered the living room
and crossed the room to where Snappy's tank sat on the table in front
of the window. The sun shone through the window and Snappy was
sitting on top of the small log in his tank enjoying the sunshine.
Booker-T leaped into the chair beside the tank and placed his paws
onto the glass.
Midge and Booker-T entered the ate at
Jake's house and Midge was wearing her pretty pink bows on her ears
and her pink rhinestone collar.
“Hey Jake!” called out Midge.
“Where are you?”
“I'm here,” said Jake as he came
round to the front of the house. “Wow Midge. You are really
looking great this morning.”
“Don't she look as good as all
those show dogs at the show?” asked Booker-T.
“She sure does,” agreed Jake.
“You really deserve a blue ribbon Midge, but without being entered
into the show, I don't think you will get one. Please don't be too
upset if you don't win one and they kick you out of the ring.”
“Hi Jake!” greeted Midge as she and
Booker-T came through the gate at his house. “What are you doing?”
“I am looking at the pictures in
this book,” smiled Jake.
“Pictures of what?” asked
“Pretty show dogs,” replied
Jake. “There are many different kinds of dogs in those dog shows.
Little dogs, big dogs and medium dogs. Look at this boxer. Don't
you think she is great looking. I would like to meet her.”
“I've seen some of them on TV when
my owner watched the dog shows sometimes,” said Midge. “Some of
those dogs are really snooty acting too and so are their owners.”
“How do you know they are snooty
without talking to them?” asked Jake.
Midge sat on the front porch staring at
the sky. “Once upon a time in a far far away land,” she
whispered. “There lived a beautiful princess with golden hair of
curls. “Midge!” called Jake three times. “Earth to
Midge! What are you doing? Didn't you hear me calling you?”
“Oh, hi Jake,” said Midge. “I
was making up a story and I was thinking and talking at the same
“A story about what?” asked
“A story about a princess dog who
as looking for her prince of a dog,” said Midge.
“Who is looking for a prince of a
dog” asked Booker-T as he joined Midge and Jake on the front porch.
“Midge is making up a story in her
head,” said Jake. “Maybe she is looking for that prince of a
“Will you settle for a prince of a
cat?” laughed Booker-T. “I would make a wonderful prince don't