Sunday, November 4, 2007


Have you ever noticed that one of your humans is more observant than the other(s).

Earlier in the week, it was Momma who figured out that I was stuck under the bed and then Friday night when I did the horka dance on Momma and Dad's bed, Momma heard me from the other side of the house but Dad (who was sleeping right next to me) never even moved!!! He didn't even notice that Momma turned on the light and took the duvet cover off the down comforter.

Once again, I heard the phrase "you're lucky that you're pretty". She's joking...I think!?!

I am doing the horka dance less often now that I'm not allowed to have any more yogurt.

The very beautiful,

P.S. no pictures today cuz I'm hiding in my kennel from the evil Dish guy and Dad's at the Vikings game.
P.P.S. She used the pet stain remover but the comforter still has a slight aroma. Just add the comforter to the list of things I've modified/destroyed/eaten.


The Army of Four said...

Sorry to hear about you doing the horka! I horkaed this morning under the dining room table. Dad didn't hear me, but Mom did. Dad was right in the kitchen; Mom was asleep in the bedroom. I think moms and dads everywhere must be like that!
Hope you feel better!

The Daily Echo said...

Oh our Mom can hear us from miles away! She claims there's nothing like that distinctive sound and she can pick it out from wherever she is. It's yet another talent we all seem to have! Great way to make Mom run.

Randi said...

Hi Eva!

Is the Horka dance kinda like the "oh no, gotta poopy right now whereever I am & doesn't matter if its a $400 down comforter or brand new carpet that will have a nice new scratch & sniff aroma with brown stains" kinda dance? Hate it when that happens!

Love & Licks,

ps..Hi to Tasha too!

Holly said...

Oh no, not the Horka! Maybe you are lactose intollerant.

Your dad went to a Vikings game?!?! What a lucky guy!

How bout those corn heads! 5 in a row!! Whoohooo!! Callahan's time is running out!


Bama said...

Ohwoo, poor Eva. That's so unfair that yummy yogurt makes you horka. Are you sure it was the yogurt & you didn't just have a furball from chewing on Tasha?
Our mama has those magical pup-hearing powers too, it must be a mama thang...
Bama & the RHP

Barlow Putz said...

in our world things are disfuctional also, jasper bell a tom cat(ugly orange with yellow eyes) got caught in a roomwith a closed door, while pampered sandy dog was caught ouside away from her perch on a j.p. was angry cause he cats around and sandy was angry cause she sleeps on a couch top and had to be in the sun outdoors.....that is juust one third of our platoon of four plus one....sadie and duke, two labs must be catered too, and we have our daughter's hearing dog who because of his job as a protector takes on the labs three times his size and cahses the cat and really bother's sandy who wants to be the queen of everyting and then they all require attention....loves sadie, sandy, speeding, duke sadie and jasper be3ll

Sparky said...

Lizzy's mom is like that too, she can hear anything in the house. And that's good too, 'cause last week she could hear water leaking in the pipes in the wall, which no one else could hear but it would have been a big problem if it wasn't fixed in just a few more days.


Steve, Kat, & Wilbur said...

Oh, that is defintely true in our house. One night I was making the throw-up noises and Mom woke up to help me hurry outside. Then we came back in a turned the light on so Mom could examine the floor and Dad was like, "what?"


Marvin - Braveheart Hound said...

oh there is nothing like the achievement of leaving a fine horka aroma!

I have done this many times!

I do not eat any dairy products now and have not danced the Horka Dance for many a moon!

love and licks, Marvin xxxxxx

The Husky in the Window said...

How is your tummy? You can't have yogurt? Maybe your mom will make you some special dog biscuits.

Our mom is the same. She just knows when we have done something she needs to check on.

Hope you are feeling bettter.

Husky Hugs, MayaMarie

Sitka and Tia's BLAWG! said...

Oh no! I am sorry for the horka horka horka. Maybe Holly is right - could you be lactose intollerant??? Oh, and my dad totally does not hear at night either!!!