Sully’s Great Adventures (II)

Grandpa and I went on our morning walk this morning.  I had so much fun.

After I did my do-do, Grandpa let me off leash. I can sense his anxiety just before he lets me off-leash…so much stress. I don’t understand why he gets all worked up. Oh, wait. I smell Geese. A lot of geese. Has to be over 100 of them snoozing in the dark on the open field. Have you ever heard 200 wings slapping at the same time?  You can’t see the Geese, but wow, what a sound. Whoop! Whoop! Whoop! Oh, here comes Grandpa running across the field. He’s so proud of me; he’s waving his arms in the air. Good Boy Sully, Do that Again! Or maybe it was, GET BACK HERE!

I walked into the lagoon chest deep. My boobies got cold so I ran out. And there’s Grandpa again: Good Boy Sully!  Or maybe it was, Don’t you Dare go in there!

I then watched Grandpa creep up to ~50 egrets. There was soooo many.  They are soooo white.  He was tip toeing to get closer.  I couldn’t understand why he was poking along so I raced by him and flushed all the egrets up into the sky. I heard Grandpa yell something like “Good Boy Sully! Great Job“. Or maybe it was: ‘You’ve got to be f*cking kidding me.” I think he was proud of me for getting them all up at once.  And oh, those white wings, against the clouds and sunrise. So, Beautiful!

And, oh, I almost forgot.  I didn’t puke once in Mom’s car. He seemed happy about that.

Can’t wait until tomorrow’s adventures!

Nap time!


More pictures from this morning’s Cove Island Park walk here.

Comments

  1. I’m laughing too hard to type….Good boy, DK.  Now I can hope th

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  2. OMG

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  3. Did you also make DK sleep in this morning?

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  4. Sully is a good storyteller also.

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  5. What good and funny boys you are!

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  6. Ohhh Sully, I think you have found the key to keep Grandpa happy and on his toes. Melatonin and a FitBit my a*($@, DK, you just need a daily adventure with Sully and you will be shedding pounds and sleeping like a baby, 😂😂

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  7. Daniel Francis says:

    David, Love your writing from cute Sully’s perspective. You have an engaging and innovative writing style that keeps me wanting more. Thank you for being so public about what is personal!

    Daniel

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  8. i didn’t know Sully inherited his awesome sense of humor from his grandpa! That explains a lot! And he did you a favor, Dave, for the birds in flight against a breaking orange sky is awesome. Good boy Sully…good writing Grandpa

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  9. Not taking the Rolls out for a drive while Susan’s gone?

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  10. Dogs will be dogs! I can tell you’re having a lot of fun.

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  11. Great job with the egrets, Sully. They could have done terrible damage to Grandpa’s camera! I do wish someone had been there videoing it.

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  12. All the good stuff is already said. Amen to all of it.

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  13. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Sully’s adventure!! … “Grandpa and I went on our morning walk this morning. I had so much fun.”

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  14. LOL, and Amen to Kiki’s Amen! 🙂 Sully is so darned cute! And the morning photos are so darned gorgeous! Wow!

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  15. I think Sully would love to continue to come with you on your Daybreak walks even after Grandma comes back home! ❤️🙂

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  16. and you know he’s truly a grandpa when he’s using words like ‘do-do and boobies’ and muttering things out loud )

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  17. Oh my goodness… I am killing myself laughing here. Between your great storytelling, Sully, and all the comments…

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  18. You and Sully–we’ve known this was a deep bond for quite awhile! What an interesting change of perspective! (maybe you need this) He has FUN with you! And you are sleeping through the night! like a baby! And, I thank Sully for sending those egrets flying if that’s what caused this amazing look at the sky with slivers of flame and fuchsia breaking through!

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  19. I laughed too, you are really such a lovely team. Thank you, Love, nia

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  20. I meant to say that the photo at the top of this post made me think, “Sully of the Yukon!” (but when in his rain jacket, not so much). 😂

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  21. LOL. And realizing, you ARE already writing a book – and I’m experiencing the joy of reading it!

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