She says there were castles and treats there, and lots of kids. I don’t know why she wouldn’t take me. I like treats and kids, and I’ve never been in a castle before.
I don’t care if dogs aren’t allowed at Kingdom Rock Vacation Bible School. I’m a dog that tells Bible stories, so there should be an exception made for me.
But here’s the worst part. I found out that there was a horse at Kingdom Rock. A horse named Duke.
So how come horses are allowed to go to Vacation Bible School and dogs aren’t? That’s totally not fair.
I think I’m going to start a protest. Any dog friends want to join me?
But listen to this. Duke not only got to go to Vacation Bible School, he got to go out in the garden.
And if that’s not good enough, somebody took Duke to the pet store to get groomed.
I don’t even get to go get groomed. That’s really not fair.
Oh, wait a minute. I’m not sure I want to get groomed. Do you get treats and loves when you get groomed?
But I don’t think those kids at Vacation Bible School care if Duke is groomed or not. They just care that he’s a horse.
And this is the final straw. Duke got to go somewhere that I’ve never been allowed to go – and hardly any of my dog friends have been allowed there either.
Would somebody please put this horse back in his stall?
Next year they’d better do a Vacation Bible School about me so I can go.
What? Next year’s Vacation Bible School is about weird animals?
Never mind. I guess I won’t be there.
I am not weird.