Monday, September 14, 2009


It's been a while since I last hunted, and I was getting pretty ravenous. While I was out looking for some unsuspecting animal, I ran into this dude named "Jack".
He told me he was also "hunting". Yeah, right Jack. Hunting with a golf club? What kind of damage are you gonna do with that? Anyway, he told me he needed some bacon for a new sandwich he's creating at his restaurant. Seems he's the owner of a chain of fast food joints around the United States. Hmm, never heard of him. Jack asked me what I was doing and I told him I was also on the hunt. He said he saw a pig in the bushes and was headed back out to get him. Jack said that I was more than welcome to join him on his hunt for the pig. I was considering taking him up on his offer, but then remembered that my girl, Linda, loves pigs! She has a rather large collection of pigs ... ceramic, stuffed, keychains, frames, you name it, she probably has it. Since Linda was my hostess, I didn't feel right about killing a pig. I went to find Jack to let him know that I wasn't joining him. I found him just as he was about to deliver the fatal blow with his golf club and told him that he shouldn't kill the pig, and that I would get him the bacon he so desperately needed.

Jack agreed so I ran back to Linda's place and grabbed the frozen bacon I found in her freezer. He'll never know where I got it from.
After giving the bacon to Jack, he thanked me and said that if I was ever in need of a fast food meal, to please look him up and he would take care of me. Uh, yeah, dude. Thanks. After rescuing Piggy, I decided to give him to Linda.
She was so very happy to get him that she gave me lots of hugs and kisses. That put me over the top. Being so close to fresh human blood and not being able to have it made me jump on the next animal I came in contact with ...

A donkey and a kangaroo dressed up as a tiger? Are you kidding me? Well, they both looked so tasty I couldn't decide ... but the kangaroo did have a little more meat on him, so I dove in and satisfied my craving ...

Ahhhh. Finally. Satisfied. For now ...

Wednesday, September 9, 2009


After checking out that awful fire, I needed to get some peace and quiet so I headed back to Linda's place. So much for peace and quiet. What did I hear all night long? Ribbit, croak, ribbit, croak. It made me crazy! What made it worse was I knew what he was thinking! He was hungry, just like me. It's been a while since I last hunted, but I'll be doing that soon. If this frog was making me crazy, I can only imagine how Linda and her family must've felt! I felt sorry for the guy, so I decided to help him hunt for some bugs.

Apparently, here in Hawaii, there are these huge cockroaches the locals call "B-52s". They fly and chase you if you try to kill them! Eeewww! I mean, watch out roach! I'm coming for you!

Well, after I caught that bugger and gave him to Mr. Frogger, I needed to make a quick escape because it was creeping me out. I know, I shouldn't be so scared of a little roach, but yuck! That one was gross! I decided to slide down the railing instead of using my lightning fast running.

Ahhh, I made it. Now on to the hunt ...

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Careless Vampires

There's a fire out in Waipio burning. Firefighters had it under control but it sparked back up again. Investigators do not know what the cause of it is, but I do.

Some careless vampires did not contain their fire when they destroyed one of our kind.
The freeway was shut down going North on H1 and the traffic was unbearable.
What is a vampire to do in traffic like that? I'm glad that Jamee, her mom, and I were going in the opposite direction!
Until next time, to you vampires out there-control your flames, and to you humans- be safe.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Saturday's Happenings

This past weekend, I went with Jamee and her mom to a craft get together with the Glama Girls. There were craft items to purchase and I assisted in helping the ladies shop.

There were also projects to work on. You may have thought that Bella had a hard time finding our Meadow without Jacob during New Moon, I had an even harder time manuvering through the craft supplies.

The ladies were seperated into two groups and they had a Bejeweled faceoff. Jamee's team won.

There was a lot of food. I helped Jamee make her plate. Since she is on a "special diet," I got her some broccoli.

Jamee also taught me how to use chopsticks. Of course I won't be using chopsticks when I go hunting, but at least I can say I know how to use them.

Have a nice long weekend.