M'lord, dear Willem, I haff bein aggreein wit you for sho long, my modder haff been feedin me dis aweful smelly "garh lick" and mic-shin it in with mein food!
Moor den people interruptin mein eatin time I shtrongly dishlike my modder & carrie putting in dish nasty stuff in wit mein food.
Pleash talk some sense into dem!
-Cocoa [or Beau Peep]
My modder, she bein member off the 'I canter" clique.
-I be a Welsh panonie, and this come straight from mein mouth. (Along with all the karotten juice. -:rapid nod:-)
It is your son, Duc-ster. My dummy new mommie fixes good dindins and breakfst because she doesn't MIX it together like slop. It is very tasty like this. Sometimes, she says I should wear a tie for dinner because I am so neat.
Herr Papa Willem Daddy, what is a tie? I am growing so much these days I am tired and cranky.
By the way, I just wanted to remind you I only have 13 days until my big boy chat with you. About the fillies and the bees.
I loff you very much. And I also loff Lyle Lovett.
How nice to hear from you. I hope you have had a pleasant winter.
I took your advice and separated my horse's feed into piles:
vitamins (McCauley's M30 - very tasty!)
carrots (cut on the bias, of course, to expose more of the tender hearts)
biotin (McCauley's Biotyme - also pretty tasty, they make it with oats)
two apple wafers
and the newest addition: SUNNIES!
It is very educational to watch him eat. He finishes one pile before he goes to another. The order he eats it all in:
Sunnies (though I think he is still getting used to them, he does seem to enjoy them)
Thank you again for enlightening us slow-thinking humans.