Daily Prompt: The Excitement Never Ends

A picture of my little "furball."

A picture of my little “furball.”

Tell us about the last thing you got excited about — butterflies-in-the-stomach, giggling, can’t-wait excited.

My sweet little white furball can always make me giggle. This little furball happens to be my little toy poodle Molly. I get such a kick out of how she takes her toys and shakes them like they are a prey she must kill. Lately I have looked forward to bringing her on longer walks outside now that it is starting to cool down and the temperature is actually below 95 degrees. Tonight I took her over to my friend’s sister’s apartment who just moved here from Minnesota last week. Although they live a few buildings away, she and her husband live within the same apartment community. Anyway, while my friend and I were walking with Molly on the way over to his sister’s she ran into a low-lying palm tree branch. After she had passed it she turned around and looked at the branch as if to say, “What were you doing in my way?” I couldn’t help but start laughing. Seeing my cute little white bundle of fur trotting along and after colliding with a branch, seeming to think she can communicate with that branch is priceless.


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