Mom Mom has a new nickname for me. I am "Killer Queen."
I bet you can't guess why.
One evening Mom went to get the laundry from the dryer. She was gone for about five minutes. When she came back, this is what she saw on my chair:
I found one of the bugs that Mom Mom hates, and I tore it to pieces. The thing next to it is my chew toy.
Mom Mom wanted to photograph me next to my kill. I declined. I felt shy about sharing my power.
But I know Mom Mom is proud of me.
I am, indeed, Killer Queen.
That is all. Goodbye.
Maybe another name for me can be Penny Mercury.
A camera shy assassin. Who does exceptionally good work.ReplyDelete
My methods should be kept secret.Delete
Guaranteed to blow your mind!!ReplyDelete
I hope you got an extra treat for your brave deed!ReplyDelete
I did not get a treat. Mom Mom!Delete
You are brave & beautiful!!ReplyDelete
Mom needs a Killer Queen for those awful bugs she hates!! What a good girl you are. Search them out and dispatch them mightily!! :):)ReplyDelete
We haven't seen very many lately, and that's fine with Mom Mom.Delete
I thought it was just cats that did that to roaches (or, if you prefer, palmetto bugs). Anyway, good job, Penny Mercury!ReplyDelete
Well done and now the world has one less Palmetto bug!ReplyDelete
I will make sure the world has many less palmetto bugs.Delete
Penelope has just entered the ranks of the superheroines!ReplyDelete
I am better than Wonder Woman.Delete
That's good to see that you're helping your Ma ... cheers to you both - HilaryReplyDelete
Mom Mom doesn't know what she'd do without me.Delete
I hope you were amply rewarded for your good deed, Penelope . . . er, Killer Queen!ReplyDelete
Mom Mom did tell me how brave I am. I didn't scream the way that she does.Delete
Penelope is a good girl! One of our cats is a great bug-killer, too. The other prefers tuna. :)ReplyDelete
Long ago we had a cat who loved to tear the legs off of crickets.Delete
Good Killer, Penelope Queen.ReplyDelete
Oh sweetheart you are just the best gud dug and I love you.ReplyDelete
I love you, too! Mom Mom shows me photos of your gud dog.Delete
I love her doggie grin in that picture!!!!ReplyDelete
I am a happy dog, as long as it doesn't thunder.Delete
I once lived in St. Mary's Georgia and I know the size of the bugs there!ReplyDelete
Who's a good dog? :-)
I'm a good dog!Delete
Well done, Penelope! I'm sure your Mom was grateful. That is one big, nasty bug!ReplyDelete
I ripped it to shreds.Delete
Yikes! Well done, Penny Mercury! I'm glad you ripped that scary bug apart.ReplyDelete
Wow! What kind of badge did that earn you!?ReplyDelete
You're one brave dog!ReplyDelete