The Bulldogge By-Laws volume is back out on the table, and there has been much pawing through its pages. Apparently, the clause I’m supposed to read and memorize goes something like, “On the day after a long hike down an old railroad path, during which a Bulldogge performed her walking admirably, said Bulldogge does not, I repeat not, have to walk any distance whatsoever. In fact, she does not – and will not – turn a corner. She will do her business a few doors down from her apartment, and then maybe she will walk back. But more likely she will collapse dramatically down on to the sidewalk and try to get passers-by to think that she is misused.”
Dorothy thinking: walking is for suckers.