Hello, I'm Dee and I am a writer, of sorts. I have met a lot of great people on here, many great poets, writers,just fun and sincere folks. If you know me, my Mom has cancer, and she has to have Chemo tomorrow actually. I had a idea that I could bring my little dog Josie Cat to visit my parents. But I haven't really written anything because of this in my family, I took Jo to see Mom and I am jotting a few lines to make myself feel better. So here it goes.First I want to introduce ya'll to someone. JOSIE CAT!
Toy Singing(Josie started howling,she took it from me after that)
The Devil Toy
I waited a full week then took the dogs over there along with this crazy toy. Oh, didn't I mention that thing from hades? One day my husband Tony and I were in a store, I heard this awful music from a toy. I thought O' brother, some child is playing around with that awful thing! As I looking at ink pens my wonderful husband walked up to me carrying this little toy.
"Are YOU the one playing that silly thing?" I said laughing
“I’m going to buy this for Josie" he said smiling And don't let the little innocent looks fool ya.
Over at Mom and Dad’s
But when took it home, and it started singing, she looked like the RCA dog with her head to the side. But she took it and put it in her bed. But over at Mom's it was the funniest thing cause she has two dogs and two cats, and her biggest dog started howling and jumped away from it like it was a Cobra. My Mom and Dad laughed so hard. I thought to myself 'YES!!' My Mom seems to feel better, plus the laughter was priceless. Of course Josie wanted to bully up on their big cat that they have. That was also cute, because Climber the cat couldn't care less about this little dog! I looked at my Mom and she was holding Josie, letting her pet her and there was some conversation I couldn't hear, but all loving, just then a warm beam of bright sunshine shone through the window, they were glowing, with sliver light all around them. It was a moment, that’s all I can say, I thought maybe it was just me, but my husband stopped in his tracks and watched them quietly, I looked at him, and he saw what I saw. My husband’s hand came up and rested on my shoulder. It was only a moment; you can’t keep Jo too still too long. But the smile on my mother’s face right them was everything to me. Josie doesn't know it but it looks like we will be going back soon, making a FEW trips that way.