This is a continuation of Xena’s Story at https://lexitheschnauzer.wordpress.com/. Read Xena’s story and Tye’s tale will make more sense. Click the blog address and enjoy.
Geez, I miss that white tornado. Didn’t think I would, she talks non stop and is ready to play at the drop of a paw. Taking in the sun and laying back is getting old very quickly.
Squish the Siamese elephant, wandered by and Sho confided how much she missed Tye. Squish, a very understanding elephant, had an idea. “Go see Tye and perhaps you’d be happier over there and want to stay.” What a fantabulous idea. Tye will be happy to see me. “Thanks Squish.”
“No problem Sho. You need to be with Tye. I feel her and XE are having hard times over there and she’s never been parted from you before. Tye borrowed a phone from a cool lady at the Internment Camp not the ICY lady and called me to let me know she was forced to eat rotten vegetables in the Internment Camp. The paperwork for their release was being worked on as we spoke. Tye said XE arrived to help but was panicking cause now that she was here she didn’t know the way to Tennis-See other than walking through Texas. So, Tye wanted me to follow the highway near Houston and look for them walking home. Seems vague, Squish.
Tye used to play with Omar’s kids and she said they were little terrors that would give crappy old toys for any candy. They learned this behaviour somewhere and she says the nuts don’t fall far from the tree so I’ll be on the look out for Omar the Siamese Shiftless Carpetbagger tricks. Tye is always on my mind…I must hurry and be with her and Xe. “Let’s go, Squish, and see what we can find in the Magic Carpets around here.” Sho brought out the ladder and climbed up on Squish’s back and they headed for the village. Squish had a sensitive back since Tye had done the Siamese dance for rain on her back.
They hit 2 flying carpet outlets and were disappointed in the quality of the carpet threads. Then they hit Omar’s Emporium. Omar’s had revved up carpets but they wrinkled up during flight so it was uncomfortable sitting. The wrinkles also made steering a hazard. No seat belts and the threads were not water proof. They were inexpensive but dang nab it, they looked cheap and wobbly.
Next stop Aladdin’s Magic Carpets. A huge Genie welcomed me inside. I told him I wanted a thick, sturdy Magic Carpet with all the safety precautions. No souped up piece of crap as I was flying to America to see friends and the object was to arrive in one piece. Gene, the Genie, found the most superb carpet. Luxurious seat belts, with a relaxing cruising speed and the “paw to the fiber count” of 300 MPH. An instant sale.