My people went some place called the YMCA today. It sounds like a place where they torture humans with water and machines. They came home smelling all sweaty like they'd been chained behind a moving car and had to keep up running or die trying.
They also came home with a piece of metal that Mom put in her mouth and blew on. What a shock that was! I've been losing my hearing this past year but I could hear that whistle thing. As my mom blew in it, she did some crazy motions with her hands. Twice I went over to her to see what was going on and she praised me as if I'd done something special. Then she said to my dad, "This is going to work!" And she added that she wished it would work on him as well and he laughed. I still don't understand what that was all about. Humans are strange.
A few years ago my dad got something called hearing aids and once he took one out of his ear while talking on the phone. It smelled so good that I just had to see if it tasted as good as it smelled. I had just barely cracked the outer shell when my mom freaked out and fished the waxy treat out of my mouth. It was a long time before I got a chance to try eating one again. That time, I got to savor it for a long time and when my mom finally found what was left of it, in the corner where I hide my loot, she said it looked like a piece of chewing gum with a wire sticking out. I thought I was going to get in trouble like I did the first time, but to my surprise my dad was the one who got bawled out. Maybe my mom thought he was the one who chewed the hearing aid. I don't know, but I felt bad that Dad got in trouble for something that I did. ©
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