Friday, December 24, 2004

The Dog Story

The family has three dogs. Let me tell you about them.

The oldest, Rocky, is the most intelligent and obedient, but also the fiercest. My younger brother, Sean, named him after a character in the Flinstone Kids. Rocky is actually the antagonist in that cartoon series.

Second to age is David--I named him after King David of Israel who's described by the Bible as a "man after God's own heart." Apparently, what is true to David the King has not been true for David the dog. While David does look adorable--he has white fur, and he really looks "cute"--he does not have the ability to think. Except for my father and Sean, no one can pursuade him to go out, sit, crawl, or do things. Okay, animal activists, perhaps that dog must be thinking, but he's not thinking really well. I pity him for his low Dog IQ.

Third is Isaac. I don't know much about him, except that even if he's younger than David, he thinks better than him. I even surmise that Isaac, at some instances, can even be more intelligent that Rocky.

There ya go. Dogs are dogs. And stupid dogs will always be stupid. Ha ha ha.

Rocky and David are very afraid of firecrackers. They'd scurry inside the house, and for a time, hide in a corner.

Oh, tonight (or more appropriately, this midnight) the family is going to celebrate Christmas. We join the other Christians as we remember God's precious gift to mankind.

Maligayang Pasko sa inyong lahat.

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