petunia helped me clean the barn again today.
Alison · Nov. 10, 2006
she is such quiet and good company as she happily chatters away in a soft and deep rumble. i realized tho that like many humans, toonie doesn't always practice the golden rule.
when i was a kid, i grew up in the states and every morning we stood by our desks in school and said the pledge of alliegence. that is where i learned loyalty. and every other tuesday afternoon we had to get on a bus and go to a local church for religous education. that is where i learned boring. every week we got to color these really boring mimeographed biblical pictures. try making joseph with his coat of many colors exciting with 4 crappy crayons, one of which was black and the other was white. every once in awhile we had to memorize some boring and not all that relevant scripture. except the golden rule...i liked that, it was short, it was sweet and it actually made sense to a child. i am not all too sure it came from the bible or not, but i learned it there anyway.
"do unto others as you would have them do unto you"...now that is a pretty smart thing to remember.
so toonie-fish continues to poop in every single stall belonging to everyone but herself...her house she keeps pristine clean. she throws a hairy fit if the sheep even dare to peek in her door. and gawd forbid someone tries to relieve themselves within her hallowed gate. toonie needs religious ed so she can learn the golden rule. fair is fair.