• Luisa

    Better not be a freaking White Walker.

  • Nicole

    I love the Game of Thrones reference.

  • GirlWithTheKittenTattoo

    In other words, Mommyblogging also involves dropping acid mid-morning. Where do I sign up?

  • Malisams

    Dude, better a dire wolf than that crazy bitch who birthed the shadow monster from LOST.

  • =^..^=

    it was a WILDLING.

  • http://oddlovescompany.com/blog/ Katybeth

    I bet it ran straight home and barked the story about the crazy blogger in the Kangaroo jammies…you weren’t wearing roo jammies but we all exaggerate a little bit… I know, you
    are not fond of unasked for dog tips (can’t help myself) but meeting a strange dog with a leash in your hands can be an offering of friendship and dominance. Those Aussies can jump…really jump. Never a dull moment.

  • Shaste

    DUDE! I totally had this happen to me once when I lived back east in PA. Ginormous unholy fluffy white dog showed up at my door in the middle of the night staring death rays at me thru the door. My golden retriever, aka friendliest dog in the world both to people and other dogs, was losing her mind. It finally left (disappeared out of our fenced yard). Seriously terrified me and I am a total dog lover. This was 20 years ago and I still remember it as one of those creepy moments….

  • Sandy

    Are we supposed to see this “dog” peering in that door…cause if we are, you might want to think about getting some “help”! =o)

  • http://twitter.com/pandaramic Kerri Mac

    In a documentary about dogs, they proved that dogs can take directions just by looking at peoples eyeballs.

  • onewithbooks

    Heather, you are giving animal magnetism a whole new meaning!

  • Dorothy Logan

    WTF. How…why…I can’t even…just, wow. You sure can pick ‘em.

  • http://twitter.com/TokyoSpark TokyoSpark

    I think it’s time to have cameras installed in the back yard. The kind with lazers.

  • Arnebya

    Shit. What if you’re the Childlike Empress and you’ve missed your chance to ride on Falkor?

  • Olya

    The only solution is to build a giant wall of snow and ice to protect yourself.

  • Ashley

    I bet the dog used to live there. He got out of his new place, got kinda confused, and tried to go home. Home being not the new place in his foggy doggy brain.

  • Marian Rose Bunao

    You watch Game of Thrones! Cool!

  • M

    Winter is coming. I friggin love you!

  • Ginger

    I wonder if the dog could actually see and/or hear you? Aren’t many white Australian Sheherds deaf or blind, or am I thinking the wrong breed?

  • Bibbel

    Sure it wasn’t a Great Pyrenees? They are often mistaken for all white border collies and are the love child of Falcor and a dire wolf. Well, our girl is, anyway.

  • lizneust

    Not an Australian Shepherd. A Great Pyrenees. And they are VERY territorial. You need to figure out who it belongs to in your neighborhood and let them know it is visiting you. Because it will go on the offensive if your dogs are outside in what it thinks (incorrectly) is it’s territory. Sorry.