Monday, March 17, 2014


There are days when the depression, the panic attacks, the IBS and the whole damn world becomes far too much and it's all you can do to stay in bed, stuck under a dog. Last Wednesday* was such a day.

I am indebted, then, to Wilson Blue Rabbit for being that dog, and for not sticking his claws into sensitive parts while I was trying to sleep.

It's little victories that keep you afloat, such as creating a minor buzz about Moose Sex with a thing I wrote. Not from personal experience I might point out. Thank you AFP and China's Global Times for reading the thing what I wrote. And thank you Canada's CBC for reporting it the first place.

Little victories, eh?


* Time flies into mush. I can't remember


Anonymous said...

Are you mental?
Never, EVER, thank Canada or the CBC - it only encourages them.

And I'll have you know moose-mounting is an integral part of the cultural heritage of The Canadas. Together with puck-slapping and maple syrup-swilling.
Try it. You'll like it.

Wilson Blue Rabbit? Damn sight better name for a dog than Twenty Major's Bastard Face

AmyP said...

Pets sure are good for making a person feel better. Just the purring of a cat in the lap, or the snuggle/smile/goofiness of a dog, can really help. It's good you have him there!
I hope you can beat that IBS thing. Last time you mentioned it, I read up on it and saw that a large % of Brits have it. I think one article mentioned as much as 30%.

Erin said...

I have an emergency cat for just such days.

WrathofDawn said...

However, the Chignecto Isthmus STILL does not connect Nova Scotia to America. New Brunswick is connected to America. Ontario is connected to America. Manitoba is connected to America. Saskatchewan is connected to America. British Columbia is connected to America.

Nova Scotia? Not. No way. No how. Nova Scotia is only attached to Canadia and can only wave sadly at America from a distance.

Steve_Barker said...

An emergency Oscar .....