*break free from confinement or control.
*a form of a temporary distraction from
reality or routine.

This morning it was foggy when I felt Candi off

for her morning run…which translates to the rest of the day,

providing she behaved herself.

She was sitting quietly at the kennel door

while I made myself a cup of coffee.

Good Girl thought I.

Not So!

She waited until I was distracted and

again made good her escape.

I’m not sure where she goes, however, if

I cannot see her she must be up to mischief

After several whistles, she turned up with

a very innocent look on her face.


Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge:…Escape


4 thoughts on “WeeklyPrompts-PC-Escape

  1. I can relate to this. We once took in a stray Jack Russell – it wasn’t very long before she led our faithful labrador astray; Sandy had never gone walk about before, but now we’d turn our backs for a moment and they were gone. We had hilarious reports of them walking down the centre of the road, Llttle and Large side by side.Where they were going was anyone’s guess. When the Jack Russel was killed and Sandy returned home alone it was no longer funny.
    Thank you, Woolly. 🙂


      • Not at all funny, it was heart breaking.
        We’d previously heard people say how comical the dogs looked walking side by side down the centre white line of the road through the village, a big Golden Labrador and a little white Jack Russell. It wasn’t funny to us, we saw it as an accident waiting to happen. Unfortunately, our children were sometimes careless leaving doors and gates open.
        They became more careful after the little Jack Russell was killed.


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