Friday, March 12, 2010

I got Tagged story

Twinkie tagged me and has asked that I choose my photo folder #1 and then post the 10th. pic in the folder to write a story about. I'm supposed to ask others to do the same. Soooo if you would like to do this please feel free to consider yourself Tagged. Once upon a place far far away, there was a house that had a room just for DACHSHUNDS. It was a very much special room with a floor that looks like big pebbles and it has very many dachshund thingys on the walls. The thingys are all there to entertain the two leggers who live in the house along with their beloved dachshund Frankie Oscar Furter Price, and the memories of all the dachshunds that came before him.
The furst dachshund was Patty Cake. Next came Pretzel von Schnitzel and Gretel von schnitzel (Pretzel's daughter). Then came the FLEET... Baron von Schnitzel and his twin brother Sarek and the LOVELY LADY Duchess Lisel von Schnitzel. Lisel was the boss of the "boys" and she took that job very much seriously. All of those dawgs were short haired. Pretzel and Gretel were brown, Patty Cake and Baron were black and tan. Sarek was tan with lighter tan markings in all the right places he was registered under the unusual color type..called Wild Boar. When the last of the FLEET (Baron) crossed the bridge the people said NO MORE... They felt that the world had gone black. They said, We can't take the pain and loss NO MORE DAWGS. That lasted about 87 seconds. Within four days Frankie Furter came to live with the two leggers and the light came back to their world again.
In that special room there is something from every Dachshund. It makes the two leggers both sad and happy to go in there. Mostlly very happy. They have shared their lives with seven special dawgs for more than 30 years.

18 comments:

houndstooth said...

Awwww! Mom says she can relate with a lot of that story. We're glad you came to live with your family who has such a rich legacy!

Bunny

mayziegal said...

Oh! I LUVED this story, Frankie! What sweet memories your pawrents have of all those Most Wonderful doggies. I likes all their names, too! Most Creative! Thank you for sharing this with us.

Wiggles & Wags,
Mayzie

Stella, Gunther and Betty said...

Great story Frankie! Ahhh, I'm so relieved it's one of those picture things. I thoughts all my bubs was gettin' spray painted.

Snorts,
Gunther

Remington said...

What a great post. Beth said she can relate to that. In her case it's Newfoundlands....Taylor and Samuel were here before me and she and Mike had said the same thing --no more! But it took them 1 1/2 years to find me and Beth said it was worth the wait!

Sam said...

I, too, really like their names! Seems that you got lucky and got this picture to write about. A great story.

kissa-bull said...

oh frankie furter love of the pibble pack
we loved your story so furry much and we definatley understand about THE ROOM we have a room too and keep pics of our beloved angel brofur chico and all our toys and stuff
you can come visit ish our woggie guest room
ok bye
pibble sugars and wee wags
the houston pittie pack

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

How furry nice!

Mom understands since I'm the seventh one of ME!

Thanks furry sharing the tales of the tails prior to woo!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra & Khousin Merdie
PeeEssWoo: Mango was SOOOOOOO excited with what I SCENT along!

The OP Pack said...

Whew, so glad to hear it was only 87 seconds!!! And they sure made a great choice in adding you:) Thanks for sharing the family history.

Woos - Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Dog Foster Mom said...

That's a very good story Frankie. I'm glad your parents changed their minds about getting another doggie and got you - I love to read your stories.

Twinkietinydog said...

Your post confirms what I've been thinking all along. The tag game is not only fun but important. I love hearing about your past, your predecessors, how you came to your home only four days after "no more" :) Great story, Frankie
Twinkie

Barb said...

Frankie,
you are such a lucky little man, I have had the pleasure of seeing your very special room, and the photo does not do it justice, Your Human Mom should take a photo from the door way, so we can all see the wonder of this special place,
I was also lucky enough to meet a couple of the dear dogs that have crossed the bridge.
Lovely story Frankie, brought back some wonderful memories of when I first met your humans, You are one very lucky little dog.
Much love
Barney's Mom
Barb

BRUTUS said...

Nice story Frankie! Great to hear about the family tree and the special room. Hope that we are back to regular visiting & commenting now, and what a great post to come back to!

Snorts-
Brutus the Frenchie

the booker man said...

hihi mr. frankie!
it's very nice to meet you. i was visiting mr. mango and bunny and the pittie pack and tucker, and i kept seeing "frankie furter" everywhere i went. i thought to myself that frankie furters sounded super delicious, and i better go investigate. so here i am, and i have discovered that YOU are frankie furter -- a super cool weiner dog type!
my mama, my big sis asa, and i liked your story a lot. that is a very special room for sure, full of memories of very special doggies.
*woof*
the booker man

Benny and Lily said...

Oh Frankie what aa story. You are too funny!
Benny & Lily

Two Country Poodles said...

Wow you pawrents have come up with some pawsome names. We loved hearing of the dogs in your past.


Wags and Licks,
Mollie Jo & Bobo & Bonnie the foster

Lorenza said...

Thanks for sharing the story!
Sure your mom and dad have very good memories of all of them!
Kisses and hugs
Lorenza

Morgan in Pittsburgh said...

That's a nice story Frankie. Mom says you always have to get another because it would be a shame to waste all that knowledge the ones that came before us taught the stupid 2 leggers.
your pals, M&M

Sargeant said...

I tried this once, but the doggie bloggie didn't seem to work...so here it goes again. Maybe you'll get this comment twice.

Great story, Frankie! I have been in this room many times. For some reason, my handlers sometimes leave me in here and don't let me out. This is strange, but the room is still way pawsome! Great memories and lots of doggie stuff. I just can't figure out why they sometimes put me in here while they all go have fun. :( Oh well, thanks for sharing, Cousin!

Grrr and Woof,
Sarge