Me: I should probably get up.

Ducky: Is it dinner time?

Me: No.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Need to go potty?

Me: Nope.

Ducky:

Me: We’ve just been lying here a long time.

Ducky: We’ve been lying here a long time because it is pleasant.

Me: Correct.

Ducky: At the moment it seems no less pleasant than it has been.

Me: Also true.

Ducky: So in absence of food or going potty I see no benefit to getting up. Keep scratching me.

Me: I have work I need to do for my job though.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Work that is more pleasant than lying here?

Me: No.

Ducky:

Me: Work that will lead to food?

Ducky: Only when taking the long view.

Me:

Ducky: Keep scratching. When the food comes into close view, go ahead and get up.

Me: I love you, Ducky.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

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Me: Miss me, Duck?

Ducky: Shhh. Sleeping.

Me:

Ducky:

Me: Well, I missed you.

Ducky: Good. Think of that next time you think about abandoning me for a year.

Me: Three nights.

Ducky: Shhh. Sleeping.

Me:

Ducky: Have fun on your floating house of bath terror?

Me: It was a nice cruise. But I missed you.

Ducky:

Me: Nice to be used as your pillow again.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: I didn’t get much sleep while you were gone.

Me: I’m sorry. I heard the people next door were loud.

Ducky: The people next door were very loud.

Me: Sorry. I’m sure that made it hard to sleep.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: I might have missed you too.

Me: Sorry, Duck. But I’m not going anywhere else for awhile.

Ducky: You’re going to stay here for now?

Me: Yup.

Ducky: Right here?

Me: Yup.

Ducky: Don’t need to get up and stretch your legs?

Me: Not for awhile, no.

Ducky: Then shhh! Sleeping.

Me: I love you, Ducky.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy. 

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Ducky: That’s my food.

Me: Yes it is.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: I don’t see how putting my food in zippy bags makes much sense. I can’t open zippy bags.

Me: I know.

Ducky: You know why?

Me: Yes. No thumbs.

Ducky: No thumbs!

Me: The Lady’s Sister has thumbs. That’s a prerequisite for watching you while we’re gone.

Ducky: You’re going somewhere?

Me: We’ve been packing all day. 

Ducky: Oh. I got distracted.

Me: By me putting your food in bags.

Ducky: By you putting my food in bags.

Me: I understand.

Ducky: Why put it in bags? Is The Lady’s Sister scoop averse?

Me: Not to the best of my knowledge, no. But this way I can make sure your medicine is dosed correctly for each day without her worrying about it. 

Ducky: Thanks.

Me: And I can make sure you get the right amount of food each day.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: But how do you know how hungry I’m going to be each day?

Me: I tend to assume you’re going to be very hungry.

Ducky: Good call.

Me: But still, the same amount each day.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: You don’t eat the same amount each day.

Me: No. And we’ve both seen the impact of that tendency.

Ducky: You seem happy?

Me:

Ducky: If I say heavy you’re not going to add any extra food in that baggie so I’m sticking with happy.

Me: Good call.

Ducky: I’m going to miss you.

Me: I’m going to miss you too, Duck. But we’ll be back soon. 

Ducky: Okay. Which day is that bag for?

Me: This is for Wednesday evening.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: I have a feeling I’ll be a extra active that day. Better add a little bit more.

Me: Why are you going to be more active on Wednesday?

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: I plan to miss you extra on Wednesday.

Me:

Ducky:

Me: A little extra for Wednesday.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy,

Me: I love you too, Ducky.

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Me: You feeling okay, Ducky?

Ducky: Sure. Just tired.

Me: No more than usual?

Ducky: No. Why?

Me: I just worry about you. Want to make sure you’re okay. Don’t want to assume.

Ducky:

Me: …

Ducky: Did something happen?

Me:

Ducky:

Me: Do you remember me telling you about Daisy?

Ducky: The doggie that lives with Grandma and Grandpa?

Me: Yeah. Well, I just found out that she passed away.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: That makes me sad.

Me: Me too.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Didn’t you tell me that Grandma and Grandpa saved Daisy?

Me: Yeah. Daisy was living with some people who weren’t treating her well. Hurting her. And when there was an opportunity to get her out of that situation, they did.

Ducky: Is that what all humans would do?

Me: No. Not all.

Ducky: Lucky for Daisy that your parents were around.

Me: Yeah.

Ducky: And were in the market for a doggie!

Me: Ha. No. No, I don’t think they particularly wanted a doggie at all at that point.

Ducky: But they still did it?

Me: Yeah.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: How long ago was that?

Me: I really don’t remember. A lot of years.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Did they treat her better?

Me: They treated her wonderfully. They loved her very much.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: I’m glad they found her. And gave her a lot of good years.

Me: Me too.

Ducky: A lot of doggies don’t ever get that.

Me: No. No they don’t.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky:  But it’s still okay that you’re sad.

Me: I know.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: I’m glad you found me.

Me: I’m glad we found each other.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Walks keep me healthy.

Me: Yes they do.

Ducky: Want to go for a walk and you can tell me more about Daisy? And maybe we can talk about Foley too?

Me:

Ducky:

Me: That sounds like a very good idea. 

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

Me: I love you very much, Ducky.

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Me: You’re on the bedspread, Ducky.

Ducky: I don’t know what that is.

Me: It’s the blanket that goes on top of the bed.

Ducky: Got it. Good to know.

Me:

Ducky:

Me: Off please.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Off what?

Me: The bedspread.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Hey, I just learned what that word means!

Me: Yes you did. Off.

Ducky: It’s a blanket. Like the ones I lie on.

Me: Similar. But different.

Ducky: How so?

Me: You aren’t allowed to lie on the bedspread.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: I just learned the definition of “bedspread” and I think you’ll find that is not clearly started in said definition.

Me: I don’t care. Off.

Ducky: How am I supposed to know the difference between blankets I can lie on and ones I can’t? 

Me: Well, you could listen to me when I tell you “off.”

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: That seems arbitrary.

Me: Off!

Ducky: Why?

Me: I’m trying to make the bed. Off please.

Ducky: So this blanket or “bedspread” if you will, will end up on the bed?

Me:

Ducky:

Me: Yes.

Ducky: But I’m not allowed up on the bed.

Me: No, you’re not.

Ducky: So why would I give up this blanket?

Me: Because I said so.

Ducky: Now that’s definitely arbitrary right there!

Me: Off.

Ducky: But the bedspread smells like you. And laying on it is like I’m laying with you.

Me:

Ducky:

Me: Is that true or are you just saying it to get me to let you stay there?

Ducky: A little from column A, a little from column B.

Me:

Ducky: If you let me keep laying on it the bedspread will start to smell like me.

Me: That’s less of a selling point that you’d think.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

Me: I love you, Ducky.

Ag 

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Me: Ducky…

Ducky: Hi, Daddy!

Me: Ducky…

Ducky: I’m helping!

Me:

Ducky: Hey, Daddy?

Me: Yes, Ducky?

Ducky: What exactly am I helping you do?

Me: Well, I’m trying to do yoga.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Hey, Daddy, what exactly am I helping you do?

Me: Yoga is a kind of exercise. Basically stretching.

Ducky: Ah!

Me: But as it relates to your question, at the moment you aren’t exactly helping me do it at all.

Ducky:

Me: You kind of keep getting in the way.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: In my defense I’ve had limited training.

Me: None.

Ducky: No training. That’s right.

Me: I appreciate the thought, but…

Ducky: You got down of the floor. And started rolling around.

Me: Yes I did.

Ducky: Looked like it was in my wheelhouse. Thought I could bluff my way through.

Me: Understandable.

Ducky: And I heard talk of doggies.

Me: “Downward Dog” is a position, but …

Ducky: This mat is nice.

Me:

Ducky: Squooshy.

Me: Ducky…

Ducky: If this is exercise, shouldn’t you be moving more?

Me: Yes. Which is hard to do with you there.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: It really is a nice and squooshy mat.

Me: I love you, Ducky.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

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Ducky: More yoga?

Me: Trying.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Am I in the way?

Me: Yup.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Should I move?

Me:

Ducky:

Me: Nope.

Ducky: Really?

Me: Yup. You make yoga better. If not always more effective.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

Me: I love you too, Ducky.

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Ag

Ducky: You turned off the hot.

Me: Sorry, Duck. I’m headed out so I have to turn off the heater.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: So you’re taking the cold with you?

Me: ‘Fraid, not, Ducky.

Ducky: Well then I believe I have spotted a fundamental flaw that you may have overlooked in your “Turn Off The Hot” plan.

Me: Sorry, Ducky.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: That flaw is that I am cold and I don’t believe you plan to take me with you.

Me: I figured that out on my own.

Ducky: Admitting your mistakes is a key step. Now turn the hot back on.

Me: I can’t do that. It’s not safe to leave the heater on while I’m gone. It could cause a fire.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Fire sounds warm.

Me: Yes, but it could burn down the house.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: So could the cat but you leave it on while you’re gone.

Me: There’s no way to turn off Scooter.

Ducky: I have a way. And it would help warm up this place.

Me: Oh, stop.

Ducky: It’s cold in here. Makes me grumpy.

Me: I know, Duck. I’m sorry. 

Ducky: I do not like the cold.

Me: I gathered.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Or the cat.

Me: I was already aware of both opinions.

Ducky: Come back soon and turn on the hot?

Me: As quick as I can.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

Me: I love you, Ducky.

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Ducky: What did I do to cause you to treat me so cruelly, father?

Me: Stop it. We have visitors coming.

Ducky: And they insisted that you bathe me or they wouldn’t grace us with their presence?

Me: It wasn’t discussed. But you were a bit stinky.

Ducky: I didn’t notice anything.

Me: We often don’t notice our own stink.

Ducky: Is that why you haven’t taken a bath yet?

Me:

Ducky: See what I did there?

Me: Yes. Very funny.

Ducky:

Me: …

Ducky: Anything else about us we have to change before they arrive?

Me: I’m going to vacuum. Do a little dusting. Straighten up a bit. Put all your toys in one pile. I’ll put on pants.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Do you ever plan to invite these people back to meet us as opposed to these characters you are having us play?

Me: One day.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: If you didn’t wear pants they probably wouldn’t notice my stink.

Me: We’ll never know.

Ducky: I like us the way we are: stink oblivious, pantsless, and all.

Me: Me too, Ducky. 

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

Me: I love you too, Ducky.

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Ag

Me: Done?

Ducky: Yup.

Me: Tired?

Ducky: Yup.

Me: Okay. We’ll sit for a bit.

Ducky: Thanks!

Me: You look happy though.

Ducky: Feelings of “Happy” and “Tired” can coexist. I am capable of simultaneous emotional states.

Me: Really?

Ducky: Yup. Up to ten at a time.

Me: Is that so?

Ducky: Wait. Is hungry a feeling?

Me: Yes.

Ducky: Eleven. Eleven feelings at a time.

Me: Nice.

Ducky: We don’t go for walks too much any more.

Me: No. I just let you go on your own in the back yard. But I thought we should try to go for walks again every now and then.

Ducky: Good for us.

Me: In lots of ways.

Ducky: Thanks for taking the time. 

Me: I need to take more time for things like this.

Ducky: Things that make you happy tired?

Me: Happy tired is the best kind of tired. 

Ducky: Agreed.

Me: We still need to get back home though.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: But not right now.

Me: No?

Ducky: You need to take more time for things like this.

Me: Things like sitting out here with you?

Ducky: Does it make you happy?

Me: Yeah. Yeah it does.

Ducky: Then yes. Because “Happy Tired” is good, but just plain happy is pretty awesome too.

Me: Yeah it is.

Ducky: And you being happy makes me happy.

Me: I feel the same about you, Duck.

Ducky: So I think you should just sit here with me for awhile and be happy.

Me: Yeah?

Ducky: Yeah. Because I love you, Daddy.

Me: I love you too, Ducky.

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Ag

Ducky: Hey, Daddy, the door is shut.

Me: Yes it is.

Ducky: ….

Me:

Ducky: Aren’t you going to take a shower?

Me: Yes I am.

Ducky: Well you usually leave the door open when you take a shower.

Me: I used to, yes.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: With the door closed I can’t roam freely.

Me:

Ducky: Not that I would go anywhere I wasn’t supposed to.

Me:

Ducky: Or do anything I wasn’t supposed to do just because you couldn’t see me.

Me:

Ducky: And walk slowly so you wouldn’t hear my collar jingle.

Me:

Ducky: And then sneak back in here.

Me:

Ducky: Someone told you I’ve been eating the cat food while you’ve been in the shower, huh?

Me: The Lady figured it out.

Ducky: She’s clever.

Me: Yes she is.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

Me: I love you, Ducky.

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Ducky: I don’t like the hat, Daddy.

Me: I know, Ducky. Thanks for putting up with it so we could get a good Christmas picture.

Ducky: You’re welcome. It’s not awful. It’s just not great.

Me: I appreciate you resisting the temptation to be hyperbolic.

Ducky:

Me: It means…

Ducky: I know what it means.

Me: Okay.

Ducky: I think being hyperbolic is the single worst thing anyone could ever do in the entire history of the universe ever.

Me:

Ducky: See, that’s funny because hyperbole…

Me: Yes, I know why that was funny.

Ducky: Okay.

Me: Anyway, we’re almost done.

Ducky: I figured it wouldn’t last that long. Bad things never do.

Me: Yeah?

Ducky: Hadn’t you noticed? 

Me: I guess I hadn’t.

Ducky: You had some bad things going on for a while.

Me: Yup.

Ducky: But it seems like since the last time this tree was up, things have been pretty good.

Me: Yeah. All things being considered it was a very good year.

Ducky: Sorry you had to wear an annoying hat or two for awhile there.

Me:

Ducky: Metaphorically speaking.

Me: Yeah.

Ducky: A metaphor is…

Me: I know what a metaphor is, Ducky. And I get it. We had some tough years recently .

Ducky: And even some “hat-like” moments more recently.

Me: Yeah.

Ducky: But eventually the hat always comes off.

Me: So put up with the hat as best as you can and when it finally comes off…

Ducky: Put it behind you and focus on the treats you’re about to get.

Me: Yeah. The “treats” being all the good things in your life.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Or actual, non metaphorical treats.

Me: Sounds like a good way of looking at things. Thanks for taking care of me. I love you, Ducky.

Ducky: Thanks for taking care of me. And I love you too, Daddy.

Me: Ducky want a treat?

Ducky:

Me: An actual treat?

Ducky: Sounds goods.

Me: Sorry about the hat

Ducky: What hat?

Me:

Ducky:

Me: Merry Christmas, Ducky.

Ducky: Merry Christmas, Daddy.

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Ducky: So where were you for the past month?

Me: Week.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: One week equals a dog month.

Me: Not really.

Ducky: …

Me:

Ducky: Felt like a long time.

Me: It was pretty long. Sorry about that.

Ducky: So where were you?

Me: On a cruise.

Ducky: AH!

Me:

Ducky:

Me: You don’t know what a cruise is, do you?

Ducky: No idea.

Me: We were on a ship in the ocean for a week, visiting several islands.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: You’re going to make me say, “Ah,” before you explain what those words mean?

Me: I like the “Ah”s. 

Ducky: Ah.

Me: Well, the ocean is like the biggest bath tub ever…

Ducky:

Me: and a ship is like a house that floats in the bath tub. 

Ducky:

Me: And every few days the house floats up to a different yard and you get to leave the house and play for a little while.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: That sounds terrifying.

Me: I guess it kind of does.

Ducky: What if the house floated away while you were in one of those yards?

Me: Well, I guess we’d be stuck in that yard until we figured out how to get back home.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: And you did this voluntarily?

Me: Yup.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: You know you have a house here, right?

Me: Yup.

Ducky: One that it is impossible to fall off of and end up in a giant bath?

Me: Yup.

Ducky: Humans are weird.

Me: Sometimes.

Ducky: I’m glad you didn’t fall in the giant bath tub or end up trapped in one of those yards.

Me: Me too.

Ducky: Best to not try our luck again anytime soon with dangerous activity of any sort.

Me:

Ducky: Even on a small scale.

Me: Sorry, Duck. You need a bath.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Not worth the risk.

Me: Afraid it is.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Can we snuggle here for a little while longer first, though?

Me: Yeah. I think that’s a really good idea.

Ducky: Thanks.

Me: I only give you baths because they help your skin.

Ducky: I know. I am kinda’ itchy. But I hate baths.

Me: I know. But I might have a present for you after the bath.

Ducky: From one of those other yards?

Me: Actually from the floating house.

Ducky: So you thought about me while you were gone?

Me: Of course. I missed you a lot.

Ducky: I missed you too.

Me:

Ducky: I like presents.

Me: I know you do.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

Me: I love you too, Ducky.

Ducky: Glad you’re home.

Me: Glad to be home.

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Me: You look happy, Ducky!

Ducky: I am! Thanks for making it cooler in here!

Me: You’re welcome. But I didn’t really do it. Summer just ended. Finally.

Ducky: Well, thanks for not stopping summer from ending!

Me: I always appreciate your steadfast faith in my omnipotence. At least when good things happen.

Ducky: You look happy too!

Me: Yeah. I had a good week.

Ducky: That’s rare.

Me: Probably not as rare as I let myself believe. But this week really was good. And I’m going to let myself be happy about it.

Ducky: Good.

Me: But this is the best part of my week.

Ducky: Lying on the floor?

Me: With you. Yup.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Maybe your weeks really aren’t that great.

Me: No, Duck. I’ve just reached the point that I know what really makes me happy. I know what matters. And I forget sometime, and sometimes I let things that aren’t important to me upset me. But I’ve gotten better at letting myself enjoy the moments that matter.

Ducky:

Me: Like lying on the floor with my best buddy.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky: Does rubbing my head and belly matter?

Me: It makes you happy. So it matters a lot.

Ducky: I love you, Daddy.

Me: I love you, Ducky.

Me: Comfy in the sun there, kitty cat?

Ducky: Cats didn’t invent resting in a sunbeam.

Me: No. But it is kind of their thing.

Ducky: Assign your arbitrary species roles elsewhere, old man.

Me: Alright. 

Ducky: And yes, it is quite comfy. You should try it.

Me: Sounds nice, but I’ve got a lot of stuff to do, Ducky.

Ducky: Better things than lying in the sun?

Me: Better? No.

Ducky: Things that will make you happier than lying in the sun?

Me: No. Not happier.

Ducky: ….

Me:

Ducky: Is the Lady trapped in a well and you need to go rescue her?

Me: No. It’s just work stuff.

Ducky: Oh. So it’s stuff that if you do now, you’ll be done and won’t have to do anymore work stuff later or tomorrow?

Me: No. Pretty much there’s always work stuff to do. It never gets finished.

Ducky:

Me: …

Ducky: When do you get to be done?

Me:

Ducky: …

Me: No earlier than the year 2040.

Ducky:

Me: If I skimp and don’t spend too much money on things that make me happy.

Ducky:

Me:

Ducky:

Me: Move over.

Ducky: Plenty of sun to go around. You just gotta’ decide it’s time to lie down.

Me: I love you, Ducky.

Ducky: I Love you, Daddy.

Ag

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