Thursday, December 30, 2010

So He's A Dog.

Last night a wicked person turned my hubby into a dog.

Yes, it's true, a big hairy one that drooled on the furniture, chased the cats, and licked my face.

Shudder. I don't even like dogs.

See? Evil.

Then they left him that way too long before changing him back to a human, and the dog thing stuck in his brain. Do you know how awkward it is to rub a grown man's belly and scratch behind his ears? Yup. Strange.

And yes, my dreams are usually strange. I spent the greater part of the night trying to coax my hubby back into humanity. It didn't work. The mental dogness was permanent. Talk about nightmare. You try taking your hubby/dog for a walk. You get really odd looks when you strap a human man to a leash. Just saying. And I'm not even going to go into fire hydrants because, well, this is a family friendly blog and some things are just so wrong.

I woke up feeling like I needed to get Hubby some shots and a really cute collar. I'm just so glad it was a dream.

What does this have to do with writing? Nothing. It's just that kind of day.


Jonene Ficklin said...

Sometimes, it's just good to wake up and realize your life is actually pretty dang good, and that the fact that your family is very human is a very good thing, isn't it?

Ha ha! Your dreams are on steroids compared to mine.

Tamara Hart Heiner said...

funny! my dreams are always a riot also.

Cherie said...

You also get weird looks when you put a human child on a harness and leash and take them on a walk with the dog. Yep, I've tried it.

LeishaMaw said...

Jonene, yes a human hubby is a very good thing. :)

Tamara, I love having great dreams. It's like watching shows all night.

Cherie, let me know if you want to try it with a grown man, a boy, and a dog. He he.

Jolene Perry said...

Thanks for the laugh!

CL Beck, author said...

Now THAT'S a dream and a half. :) I'm sure Freud would have some interpretation, but it would probably be all wrong!

Thanks for the smile today. Oh ... and thanks for stopping by and commenting on the Shakespearean Hokey Pokey.

LeishaMaw said...

Jolene, anytime my crazy mind can help you laugh, I'm your girl. :)

CL, you are most welcome, and I'm sure Freud would have plenty to say about my dreams, but it's so much more fun to just enjoy them. :)

L.T. Elliot said...

You have such vivid, funny dreams! You should compile them just for laughs! =D

LeishaMaw said...

L.T., now that would be an odd compilation. :)

Carolyn V. said...

LOL! I had a weird dream last night, too. But not as cool as yours. =)

LeishaMaw said...

Carolyn, now you have me all kinds of curious. Are you going to share?

Susan Kaye Quinn said...

LOL! My dream-crazies kick in when I'm in an intense writing mode. But I really like that one. I think you should get him a collar, just to see what he says. :)

LeishaMaw said...

Susan, that would be so funny. Maybe I should. He he.


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