An In-Depth Look Into Writing an Abstract
Background: There are lots of dogs writing lots of things, but there has yet to be a scientific abstract written by a dog. I am seeking to rectify this problem.
Purpose: To show Mom that writing an 'abstract' does NOT require deep thinking. Or lots of statistical analyses.
Methods: I sat down next to Mom and dictated the words while she typed.
Results: You're looking at it.
Conclusion: Writing an abstract is SO not hard; I don't know why Mom is all angsty about it, so we must investigate this further. A ginormous grant from some charitable organization would make this investigation go much faster. And with a ginormous grant, we could also investigate the relationship between the number of bully sticks available, and the amount of work Mom gets done.
See? Mom really needs me to come to work with her; I could crank out that abstract in, like, 30 seconds.
But until we can get around to visiting our bloggie friends, we will amuse you with some pictures from Frisbee Time today. Keep in mind that Mom is throwing the frisbee with her left hand while fumbling with the camera with her right, so while the photo quality is not optimal, it's better than nothing...
|Jaws of Doom will scare you into my clutches, Mr. Frisbee!|
|Abby does these amazing twisting flying leaping things. Sometimes she even catches the frisbee!|
|I got it! No, I got it!|
|Got it again!|
|Crazy puppy. Doesn't she look like she's 8 months old? Goofball...|
|Somehow, Frisbee Time always involves some zoomie time.|
-Fiona and Abby the Hippobottomus