We got in the WABAC machine this morning. As Dad set the dial for 1945, he to told us to be very quiet. We both nodded our heads. Next thing we knew were in Tokyo Harbor aboard the battleship Missouri. We watched a solemn ceremony as the leaders of Japan signed the document that would end World War II. Dad told us that VJ Day stood for Victory over Japan Day and we should say a prayer for those canines and hoomans that crossed the Rainbow Bridge during WW II.
|Japanese Delegation Aboard The USS Missouri|
|The Dancing Man of Oz|
|Times Square, New York City, 14 August 1945|
Now back to 2013. Yesterday we had a lot of commotion going on in our yard. There was a strange contraption out in the yard and two strange men. We barked at them and told Dad they were up to no good. There was strange noises and the clanking of metal. Dad went outside and talked to them. After all they left, we went outside. We stared at Dad and barked, "They stole our grass." Dad smiled and told us, we were getting new grass for the front yard because there was to many weeds. When we get a chance, we will have to mark our yard.
|Sound The Alert Somebody Is In Our Yard|
|A Strange Machine|
|Oh No, Our Grass Is Gone|
Have a grrreat Labor Day to those of you in the US. If you have a chance take a moment to remember those canines and hoomans that crossed the Rainbow Bridge during the Second World War.
Essex & Sherman