I'm going to the kitchen, lady. Oh, no, wait Bouncer! I need to go get my camera! Now, I am walking to the hallway because the floor is oh-so-cool on my belly. Oh, Bouncer, hold on! I'm not ready yet.
I think that I am a ce-le-brity. Here is my bew-ty shot.
I am like one of those famous people that wherever they go, they leave something behind for their fans to talk about. And the fans have so much to say because they are "in awe" of the ce-le-brity and the fanci-ness and just can't understand how the famous person does so many great things. Some famous people are famous because they make things for other people, like my neighbor who makes sweets that fall from his trees right when I'm waiting for them. Other people are famous (like my lady) because they bring me places - to the mountains where there are many squirrels and birds and my head becomes so full with all of the places I could explore and all of the things I could eat. And then there are people, like the people at the Barn, who build things for other people, like how they built me a family, and they also built Robin and Winnie a family, and it makes people so happy and grate-ful because they didn't have one before.
For me, I am a ce-le-brity because I make hair shirts for the lady and the Man and Miss Emily. Before my bath, after my bath, in the living room, in the bathroom, under the chairs and in all the crevices of my new house. And the best part about it, is that I don't even have to think about it. I just do it. And the lady is "in awe" of how I could produce so many hair shirts in just one day. "You are a hair shirt powerhouse," she says. So she follows me around and takes my pictures and brooms my hair shirts up so that there's more room for all the hair shirts I will make before I go to bed.
|2 hair shirts in process|
I never once thought I would be so famous that people would talk about me so much and even when I leave the room. I guess I'll have to get used to being a ce-le-brity.