Rexalicious Ruffaford here. Grrrrr . . . ruff ruff! Pardon me, that squirrel really has some nerve sneaking into our yard when I’m busy. Onward!
I’m also known as Rex, Sir Rexcellent, and for some unfathomable reason, Sir Barks-a-lot. GrrrrrRRRRuff. Barkety bark bark ruff! Rabbits, think they own the place. Huh. Where was I? Oh yeah, introducing myself. Exploring the world has been eye opening since coming to live in the country with Charlene and Aaron last spring.
There aren’t many sirens to sing along with compared to the city I used to live in. But I LOVE to run and we visit dog parks a lot. I run and run and run! Sometimes I even lose sight of my person. Did I mention I love running? And smells! Soooooo many critter smells.
I’m learning how much my nose can do and detect. Scents can be old or new, layered or solitary. Everything has a scent, even people’s emotions and moods. We’ve been playing this game called “find it.” Now I can find lots of treats hidden in room after room. I get so excited Charlene usually makes me go back and search rooms more than once. I still think she puts them there when I’m not looking ’cause no way did I miss any treats.
Okay, so maybe I do miss things. The first time I tried to solve a puzzle it took me all afternoon, hours. There were treats, right beneath my nose but I couldn’t get the covers open. My people did the first one but then I had to do something. I was frustrated, but we worked together and I got the rest! I wasn’t sherblunked, Charlene’s word for ‘feeling beyond frustrated but not feeling hopeless’. I never reached that point. I was really, really curious and trying to figure it out.
Now I do puzzles in no time flat. I can do pretty tough ones now. I’m a master! Well, except for . . . I’ll figure the new one out before you come back. Ooooo, that squirrel . . . Bye!