D: I want to be a German Shepherd.
G: No. As the proverb says, “If wishes were horses, beggars might ride.”
D: It’s not a wish; it’s an…ardent desire.
G: Have you been reading Jean-Paul Sartre again? Continue reading “Didi Dialogue – 56: An Ardent Desire”
D: While you were away I did some research.
G: That’s my Einstein. So, what did you investigate?
D: SAD – Separation Anxiety Disorder.
G: Hmm, that sounds interesting. Any findings? Continue reading “Didi Dialogue – 55: Separation Anxiety”
D: Would it be OK if I slept in your room tonight?
G: Sure, buddy. Not in the bed, though. Upsets “She Who Must Be Obeyed.”
D: Yeah. I got it. The rug’s fine.
G: What’s the matter? Continue reading “Didi Dialogue – 54: It’s Alive!”
G: What are you reading?
D: Le tour du monde en quatre-vingts jours.
G: Bike race, France, right?
D: No, novel, Verne. Around the World in Eighty Days. Continue reading “Didi Dialogue – 53: Le tour du monde”
G: Happy belated birthday Kulfmeister!
G: How does it feel to be five years old?
D: I’m not five years old. Continue reading “Didi Dialogue – 52: Happy Birthday!”
D: I’m glad the holidays are over.
G: Why, buddy? Holidays are fun.
D: Says the exhausted man whose Sukkah is still up. Continue reading “Didi Dialogue – 51: Routine Love”
D: Butch and I put our heads together.
G: Well, now you’ve got me worried.
D: And we’ve created a list of Rosh Hashana resolutions for you.
G: For me? Whoa! Wait a minute. I don’t make resolutions. Continue reading “Didi Dialogue – 50: RH Resolutions”