Hello, all you Friends of Molly!
It’s Me, Molly!!
I want to tell you about having company at my house. Our company is a tall lady with very nice-smelling clothes. I think she said they are made of silk. My mother never wears silk. Visitor Lady says it can go to the dry cleaner; my mother says, "Oh, that sounds great!"
Visitor Lady didn’t mind AT ALL when I got up on the couch with her, just to let her know she’s welcome. She gave me a cookie when she got here, and I sat very pretty before I gently, gently took it from her fingers. (Sam is not very gentle. He has big teeth, and he grabs sometimes.)
Sam barked at Visitor Lady for a long time. I think it’s because she’s tall. As soon as he figured out she’s a Lady, he stopped it. Phew! At her house she has a cute little dog. Why didn’t she bring him? We love little dogs!! They are fun to play with!
Yesterday, our mother had to go to an "all day meeting" at some church. I bet it would have been more fun if I came along and people could have been petting me. But Sam and I went out with our friend, LeashWeCanDo, and then we spent a quiet day here with Lady Visitor. After our mother got home we took Lady Visitor on a ride all around town and looked at the Bay and the place where we go to the Sunrise Service and a bunch of other places, and I sat up in the back of the car and smiled at my subjects as we drove by. They all seemed very happy to see me.
At night, my mother made the best dinner ever. She called up on the phone, and a nice guy came to our door with pizza from City By the Sea Pie Company. I LOVE IT!!!!!! I sat patiently by the table–
well, maybe I put my paw up, just to let people know I was there. You really need to remind people sometimes. Sam lies under the table, hoping food will fall out of the sky, but I am proactive! Besides, my paws are very pretty, I’m sure no one minds.
Lady Visitor gave me a really great pizza bone, even though I got some schmutz on her sweater. She told my mother it brushed right off.
She is really nice. I like having her here a lot. Can I sleep in her room tonight?