Sunday, March 14, 2010

Bailey Embarks upon a Singular Adventure and visits her Mom's Studio to Deliver Water

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Bailey, your humble servant, at the keyboard...

It's Sunday, and today it was my distinct duty to bring relief to a suffering Artist, e.g., the human Mom-person, by personally delivering seventeen metric tons of water to her studio. Why would she need water? It seems that the studio is located in the dark, satanic mills of a decaying ax factory, and running water is not something that the designers of this Iron-Age structure contemplated.

Thus, I summoned my male, human-lackey Chauffer and embarked upon the perilous journey in the PT Cruiser.

In homage to St. Patrick (whose blessed soul would protect me during the voyage), I wore my green Shamrock collar. Buster usually asks St. Guinness for protection, but safety is not a major concern for him.

We set out, equipped with many jugs of water in the back and Mozart on the CD player.

Frankly, I was terrified! Embarking upon such a circumnavigation in a PT Cruiser is rather like navigating the North Atlantic in a coracle.

There were hostile natives driving war-vehicles with quintessential New England hostility. I closed my eyes and focused upon the Mozart piano concerto!

We passed wild rivers flowing at frightening velocity!

I shuddered and moved onward--after all Brendan the Navigator left County Kerry in a small boat and made it to Newfoundland and south to Florida. He must have been crazy or inebriated.

There were curious sights that I would subsequently have trouble describing to others without being thought mad...

At last, we approached the fabled ax factory! The River Styx raged, and I began to have a very bad feeling about this. Would Charon the Boatman appear out of the mist to ferry us across?

At last, we sailed under the ancient railroad bridge and entered the belly of the beast!

My warm-and-cozy studio-within-a-studio awaited! It was time for a nap!

Stay tuned for the next adventure: St. Patty's Day!

Your faithful correspondent,

Bailey Blue, Art Diva


Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Oh yes!


The transport Mom drove fur on Sunday lost 2 hours during their Northern Jersey to Newburgh NY leg due to the roads being flooded -

BUT all's well that ends well - the pups have reached their destinations of RI and NH!

Khyra & Khousin Merdie

Life With Dogs said...

You are so brave and adventurous! Who knew that water delivery could include so much mystery and drama? :)

Noah the Airedale said...

Now why wasnt that bridge covered.
D says she hopes the weather is a bit better when she lands on those ancient shores in May.
We love the head shots in the videos Miss Bailey.

Noah Willow Tess Lucy

Sue said...

Wow, you guys really practice that spring showers thing. That's a lot of fast water.

Maggie and Mitch said...

We did have way too much water, didn't we, Bailey! I love riding shotgun too! Love the Mozart piece! It's very relaxing.
Cross your paws that we see the sun today!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch