Vayda’s Treasure

August 12, 2008

As some of you know, I’m currently preparing sell my 2001 Dodge Durango…Nick and I detailed the inside this weekend…during which time we discovered Vayda’s secret stash of rations…

(this is not a happy face)

You see, those girls at FCB love her so much, that every time we go through the drive through, she is presented with one or two fine treats…sometimes she eats them…most times she hides them.  If you know Ms. Vayda at all, you know she is very systematic about where her treats belong.  Click here for a quick reminder.

Needless to say, she wasn’t too thrilled we unearthed her hidden treasures.  She immediately started to take care of business.

The sole green treat was removed and hidden off by itself for safe keeping…the rest, she casually placed near her other most coveted her treasure…her toy box.

She has not consumed too many of these treats, and frankly, I think she would trade the whole lot to be the FCB mascot.  (or to get out of going to the vet today)

4 Responses to “Vayda’s Treasure”

  1. Robin Lynne Says:

    Awwwww! That’s just precious.

  2. Vickie Beyer Says:

    That’s so funny. Every dog has a very distinct personality. I don’t think I’ve ever met a dog that was such a hoarder. Sounds much better than mine who enjoys eviscerating toys and eating their stuffing.

  3. Aunt Jess Says:

    Now that’s funny!


  4. yeah, she’s a ham alright. Anytime we have visitors over, she pulls out all her treats from their hiding spots and eats them in front of them…not sure what that’s all about…but it’s a riot to watch..


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