Question. Can You Solve This Mystery?
I was not sure what ‘topic’ this falls under . . .
Let’s just say that ‘I need help with solving a mystery.’
Let’s see if you come up with the same solution that I did!
It starts with a garden ‘belt’. One with lots of pouches and pockets. Some are zipped. Some are snapped. Some just wide open at the top. Places for snips and other gardening implements. Very handy. Very heavy. So I don’t use it much. As a matter of fact, it has been hanging on our coat tree in the kitchen for months now.
My dogs ‘stay’ in our kitchen. Their kennels are part of our ‘furniture’ - and they are fed nearby, too. They eat dry kibble and share a can of wet food, daily, as well. They are cute. But, they are minor characters here. They are merely props that provide the dry dog food - which is a major character in this story.
Last week I was adjusting the ‘5 too many coats’ that were hanging from the coat tree, when it toppled - along with that garden belt I told you about. When I picked up the belt - I must have turned it upside down - because out came ‘a heap’ of dog food pellets! This was perplexing to me, because I know - beyond a shadow of a doubt - that I never would have filled one of my gardening pouches with dry dog food. ?
But, there it was. Filled to the brim with little brown kibble. Over a cup full.
So, I ask you, reader . . . . how did it get there? A gardening pouch not touched by human hands for at least 2 months . . . bulging with our Shih Tzu’s dry food.
I think I know. There only seems to be one reasonable answer. Anyone want to offer their ideas as to the culprit in this Winter’s Tail ? . . . oops - that should be 'TALE.'