My dog is shivering


My dog is shivering. A thin stream of his warm breath flows from his snout like water down the back of my hand. I’m sure he is scared. I’m a little scared, too. This is the first time we’ve been inside a barn. I know he’s never been inside before.

I’m with my friend, Mary, who has come to visit me. We are sitting in the front row of the audience of a three-ring circus. My brother, Kevin, my sister, Karen, and I are watching a magician and acrobat practice some of his tricks. We are all dressed up, having fun.

My dog is shivering. A thin stream of his warm breath flows from his snout like water down the back of my hand. I’m sure he is scared. I’m a little scared, too. This is the first time we’ve been inside a barn. I know he’s never been inside before.

Suddenly the man with the red cape and a tall hat enters the arena. He is dressed in a long black robe with a white cross on the back. He makes a few passes over his head with a long stick and then puts the stick through his mouth, creating a long streamer. A man at the side of the arena puts a piece of paper on the stick, and the streamer flutters down in front of the audience and the audience applauds.

The magician walks toward me, and I try to make a mental picture of what his trick must be. He is just about to make his move when a large wooden box comes crashing down. He falls to his knees. Then a voice says, “Do it again!” I don’t understand, but it is a command. He stands up, and he is still alive. He pulls off his black robe, and it is a woman in a white dress. She is beautiful. She bends down, and the audience applauds.

I see Karen and Kevin and they see me, too. I see Mary, and she is still there. She smiles and waves at me, but I can’t move my hand. I can’t feel my arm. The audience is still applauding. The man with the red cape is waving to me, too. Then I see him turn and walk away.

My dog is shivering. A thin stream of his warm breath flows from his snout like water down the back of my hand. I’m sure he is scared. I’m a little scared, too. This is the first time we’ve been inside a barn. I know he’s never been inside before.

My dog is shivering. A thin stream of his warm breath flows from his snout like water down the back of my hand. I’m sure he is scared. I’m a little scared, too. This is the first time we’ve been inside a barn. I know he’s never been inside before.

The first time I took care of a sick pet I was a teenager. My grandmother lived on the edge of a town. We lived next door. There was a farm about a mile from our house, and on the side of the farm were three small barns. I was helping my grandmother take care of a friend’s dog, who had been hit by a car and had a fractured hip. I was very young, but I felt responsible. She was my best friend, and I wanted to do the right thing. So we put a pillowcase under his bottom to make him more comfortable, we soaked him with warm water, and I put him in my grandmother’s bed. That was the end of our friendship.

The first time I took care of a sick pet I was a teenager. My grandmother lived on the edge of a town. We lived next door. There was a farm about a mile from our house, and on the side of the farm were three small barns. I was helping my grandmother take care of a friend’s dog, who had been hit by a car and had a fractured hip. I was very young, but I felt responsible. She was my best friend, and I wanted to do the right thing. So we put a pillowcase under his bottom to make him more comfortable, we soaked him with warm water, and I put him in my grandmother’s bed. That was the end of our friendship.

My dog is shivering. A thin stream of his warm breath flows from his snout like water down the back of my hand. I’m sure he is scared. I’m a little scared, too. This is the first time we’ve been inside a barn. I know he’s never been inside before.

I am sitting on the side of the road. It is pouring rain. I have just had lunch. My brother, Kevin, and my sister, Karen, are on their way to a farm that belongs to our grandfather. It has been more than thirty years since we have seen him, but we are excited that our mother will be there, too.

The farmhouse is on the other side of a long, wooded drive. As we make our way through the forest, the rain gets heavier. We come to a small barn with a red door and a white sign on the door. The sign says, “Dogs welcome.” It is hard to see through the rain, but we make our way over the soggy ground.

When we reach the door, Kevin puts the key into the lock. We push the door open. Inside is a small living room, a bedroom, a bathroom, and a kitchen. We step inside, but the room is dark and we can’t see anything. A beam of sunlight comes in from the window. There is a young boy lying in the sunlight.

He has a bandage around his head, and a bandage is wrapped around his chest. A bandage is wrapped around his left leg


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