|My grandmother, Ada Brophy,|
with her friend Miss Eileen Christianson
|My grandfather, Horace Russell, with his|
friend George Ings (upper left).
Here are some useful pointers for those choosing this route:
- Always do as you're told but use body language to convey disappointment, anxiety, bewilderment or sadness, while still remaining terribly sweet. Your owner will eventually be overwhelmed by guilt and sometimes do what you want.
- When shopping or eating out, always reach for your wallet, even though you have nothing in it. Your owner mustn't feel they're taken for granted.
- Tell your owner they look nice. If they ask specifically about their hair, for instance, be positive.
Love Songs for Everyone but Especially Uke by Kara Square
(A perfect gift for you, a friend or your owner.)
I'm aware that my squeaky toy, occasionally featured in my blog and on my Facebook page, has a growing fan base and I'm receiving 'More Monkey' mail. I must reiterate that Monkey is only a toy with an invented persona.