Hey, it's me, Baxter, your roving rover reporter reporting to you today from the back door of my home. What I'm really here to report about is on the deck, but mom says I have to report from here on account of the fact that they don't make rubber gloves and protective goggles and chemical safety suits in my size. You see, today I am reporting on my mom's metal etching project.
Now, there's a lot of science goin on that frankly, mom and I both find boring, so lemme just say that if you're ever visiting my house and you think we're serving cocktails outside in these nifty glass containers, think again. In fact, don't even try tasting or touching or even going near those glasses, which is why mom put that old strainer on top of everything. Yeah, I know, I thought I should say something in case you thought you were looking at another one of duk duk's contraptions.
Anyhow, the point of today's science experiment is to etch some cool patterns on a tiny brass disc that mom wants to put on annabelle's new dapper doxie dud. To be quite honest I didn't get to see how it was all done, cuz, well, hee, since I couldn't be out there where all the action was, I went to work on my tummy tan and kinda fell asleep.
But hey looky, by the time I woke up everything was done and I heard mom hammering away. Get a load of what I saw. Pretty cool, huh? I want mom to make me one that says "more rawhide, please".
Well, anyways, today is mother's day and I think I need to get started on making mom breakfast. Kibble pancakes! I know, it's gonna be so tasty! I've been saving some kibble all week so I would have enough. This is Baxter your roving rover reporter wishing you and yours a scientastic sunday and happy mother's day!! :)