Thursday, November 23, 2006

What kind of Thanksgiving Din Din is THIS?

This morning, Mum and I went down to Seattle to celebrate Thanksgiving with her friends down there and also to pick up a few things mum had ordered (including: my wetsuit/bandanna, and X-mas cards!!)

I was very excited at first, because I thought I'd get to eat a second T-Day Din Din you know? I celebrated my Canadian Thanksgiving back in October, but since I was born in the US, it would only make sense for me to get a US T-Day Din Din too right?

Well, I got my T-day Din Din alright, it was THIS:

So tell me, what kind of Thanksgiving Din Din is THIS?? That's like what I eat almost 365 days a year......

Mum also made me finish it before we crossed the border, which meant it was actually Thanksgiving Breakie or Brunchie!!!

Anyway, I was still looking forward to the hooman kind of din din, so I didn't complain too much. But GUESS WHAT??

I wasn't even allowed inside during the hooman feast!! I had to stay in the car because of the "no animals inside" rule!!! Mum didn't even bring me a Sunshade Bag because she said she didn't want to be rude. Rude??

Just because her family friends don't see dogs the way she does, doesn't mean she can't ask for a Sunshade Bag!!! Geez.....


Anyway, how anyone can refuse my presence is beyond me. Those people need help!

Miss Sunshade was NOT happy!

Good thing mum did take me to a park for me to play before locking me in the car, and after HER celebration, she took me to another park for me to romp. Otherwise, I think I would be pouting throughout the rest of November!!

no, NOOO! That's NOT poop I was holding thank you very much. Remember my pine cone fetish??

Anyway, other than my park walks, and the Jack In The Box chicken strips I got on the drive home, my US Thanksgiving sucked!!


Buster the Wired Fox Terror said...

Um, that is poop, I can smell it. And Jack in the Box is better than yams.

Bussie Kissies

T-man Angel said...

Poor Miss Sunshade - I'm sorry you didn't get to celebrate a real U.S. Thanksgiving, but your Canadian celebration looked pretty wonderful. I missed out on eating dinner with my mom too.

Linda said...

Hey Sunshade, you should have come all of the way to Iowa and had turkey with us! Very yummy! We still have some left if you wanna come here??
Wirey Hugs!
Butchy & Snickers

Anonymous said...

oh no, no thanksgiving din din??? i heard Thanksgiving is a very big thing in the US, why didn't they let you share too?? you should've yowled from the car till they gave in :) although i don't thtink your mom will be happy with me for suggesting that.