I Should Be Sleeping Like A Log

This is Deputy Digby Pancake. New Mexico? You are just so exciting that you have wore me out at this point. One day is wind, one day is sunshiney, one day is snow and one day is more wind. One day we are freezing our butts off, the next day, we get a sunburn. You call yourself the land of enchantment. I call you the land of confusion. But you are beautiful. And we are enjoying our time here.

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Yesterday was our visit with Desert Paws Animal Rescue in New Mexico. We traveled all this way to meet them and we were glad we did. We worked all afternoon in the bright sunshiney and we had a lot of fun.  Sorry for almost peeing on your feet, persons.  Sorry for eating that pile of unknown poop before you gave me kisses.  Did I just tell you that?

We hope you will tune in to our Facebook page on Sunday morning for the full video about them…yeah. Someone remarked we are too weird. What’s so weird about dancing around an alien head?  It’s illegal to dance around a sombrero in New Mexico. So we did what we had to do.

This may not look like a regular job, but Sheriff Brickle and I work hard to tell you about these rescues and shelters across the country every week.  And it is a good kind of work.  A good kind of tired.

It’s been a hard day’s night, and I been working like a dog
It’s been a hard day’s night, I should be sleeping like a log
But when I get home to you I’ll find the things that you do
Will make me feel alright

At the end of the day, when we read your comments on our Facebook page and our messages, we don’t feel so tired any more.  So I want to thank you for making our jobs a little easier.  I am sure you want to thank me too for being so cute.  And for that, I will accept your pancakes. In bed and or on the couch is fine.

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When I’m home everything seems to be right
When I’m home feeling you holding me tight, tight, yeah
It’s been a hard day’s night, and I been working like a dog
It’s been a hard day’s night, I should be sleeping like a log

New Mexico has a lot to offer, and we are learning a lot too.  I learned that a pueblo is not only a kind of house, but a group of people.  And the rescue we visited here helps the Cochiti pueblo where something called Tent Rocks is.  Listen, I have a RV,  I don’t wanna use a tent.  My couch would not fit in there.

So we hope that you will continue our journey here in New Mexico with us.  On Sunday Girl Person will be live on our Facebook page at 6 p.m. MT cooking up a New Mexico dog treat live. We are kind running slow…you know, because we are working like dogs.  So we will be here till next Wednesday when we will start on our path to Arizona to meet another rescue there.  Until then, if you have worked like a dog this week, I know you need a break.  So.  Grab yourself some pancakes, a couch, and get to sleeping like a log.

-Deputy Digby Pancake

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4 thoughts on “I Should Be Sleeping Like A Log

  1. Laurie Flambouras

    So you are going to be in Arizona around Wednesday, April 12th. Will you be in the Phoenix area for the weekend? We are having Greek Easter at our home in the Scottsdale/Tempe area on Sunday, and leftovers on Monday. Would truly love for the Big Blue Treat Wagon to join us. We will have plenty of vegetarian options too.

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  2. Jacqueline

    Tent Rocks looks BEAUTIFUL!!! I learn so much from you!! Like, the Sombrero Law?! Interesting!! And yea! to Girl Person making a treat, I love those!!! I can’t wait to see the Stop Hounding Me episode, looks completely entertaining!!! And you poor tired babies and people, words can’t express how grateful we all are for what you do!!!! Enjoy the rest of your time there, be safe, have fun, much love!!!!!!
    P.S. Digby, nice face!!! You were clearly dreaming of pancakes!!!! And Brickle was “allowing” some love, so sweet!!!! xoxoxoxoxo Happy Weekend to you all!!!! xoxoxoxoxo ❤

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