Zeah's middle name?

At work today, John Hathaway and I were reading about Border Collies during a lull in store traffic. We stumbled upon a website that described "border collie escape tactics". Coincidentally, hours later, we arrived at the apartment after work only to find Zeah missing in action. In the time I was at work, 11am-7pm, Zeah had smashed her way out of the living room window.

[caption id="attachment_123" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Zeah"]zeah on the bedroom floor with her head on a purple pillow[/caption]

Something I should say about Zeah, she's deathly afraid of storms and, yeah, it stormed today. It's also not the first time she's gotten "lost". As usual, somebody saw her wandering around. She's beautiful, so she always gets spoiled by strangers. The end of the story is that one of my neighbors harbored her. It was somebody upstairs, John & I heard a man open a door and tell Zeah to go outside. She came prancing down the steps as if nothing happened. Apparently he didn't want a confrontation because all the doors upstairs were closed when I went to investigate. So, to the shy neighbor above me: Thanks for saving me hours of walking around, posting signs, and calling animal shelters. :)

To answer the question asked in this post's title, Zeah's middle name is "Houdina".

Zeah's middle name?

At work today, John Hathaway and I were reading about Border Collies during a lull in store traffic. We stumbled upon a website that described "border collie escape tactics". Coincidentally, hours later, we arrived at the apartment after work only to find Zeah missing in action. In the time I was at work, 11am-7pm, Zeah had smashed her way out of the living room window.

[caption id="attachment_123" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Zeah"]zeah on the bedroom floor with her head on a purple pillow[/caption]

Something I should say about Zeah, she's deathly afraid of storms and, yeah, it stormed today. It's also not the first time she's gotten "lost". As usual, somebody saw her wandering around. She's beautiful, so she always gets spoiled by strangers. The end of the story is that one of my neighbors harbored her. It was somebody upstairs, John & I heard a man open a door and tell Zeah to go outside. She came prancing down the steps as if nothing happened. Apparently he didn't want a confrontation because all the doors upstairs were closed when I went to investigate. So, to the shy neighbor above me: Thanks for saving me hours of walking around, posting signs, and calling animal shelters. :)

To answer the question asked in this post's title, Zeah's middle name is "Houdina".

Zeah's middle name?

At work today, John Hathaway and I were reading about Border Collies during a lull in store traffic. We stumbled upon a website that described "border collie escape tactics". Coincidentally, hours later, we arrived at the apartment after work only to find Zeah missing in action. In the time I was at work, 11am-7pm, Zeah had smashed her way out of the living room window.

Something I should say about Zeah, she's deathly afraid of storms and, yeah, it stormed today. It's also not the first time she's gotten "lost". As usual, somebody saw her wandering around. She's beautiful, so she always gets spoiled by strangers. The end of the story is that one of my neighbors harbored her. It was somebody upstairs, John & I heard a man open a door and tell Zeah to go outside. She came prancing down the steps as if nothing happened. Apparently he didn't want a confrontation because all the doors upstairs were closed when I went to investigate. So, to the shy neighbor above me: Thanks for saving me hours of walking around, posting signs, and calling animal shelters. :)

To answer the question asked in this post's title, Zeah's middle name is "Houdina".

Zeah's middle name?

At work today, John Hathaway and I were reading about Border Collies during a lull in store traffic. We stumbled upon a website that described "border collie escape tactics". Coincidentally, hours later, we arrived at the apartment after work only to find Zeah missing in action. In the time I was at work, 11am-7pm, Zeah had smashed her way out of the living room window.

[caption id="attachment_114" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="zeah"]zeah laying on a pillow[/caption]

Something I should say about Zeah, she's deathly afraid of storms and, yeah, it stormed today. It's also not the first time she's gotten "lost". As usual, somebody saw her wandering around. She's beautiful, so she always gets spoiled by strangers. The end of the story is that one of my neighbors harbored her. It was somebody upstairs, John & I heard a man open a door and tell Zeah to go outside. She came prancing down the steps as if nothing happened. Apparently he didn't want a confrontation because all the doors upstairs were closed when I went to investigate. So, to the shy neighbor above me: Thanks for saving me hours of walking around, posting signs, and calling animal shelters. :)

To answer the question asked in this post's title, Zeah's middle name is "Houdina".

Zeah's middle name?

At work today, John Hathaway and I were reading about Border Collies during a lull in store traffic. We stumbled upon a website that described "border collie escape tactics". Coincidentally, hours later, we arrived at the apartment after work only to find Zeah missing in action. In the time I was at work, 11am-7pm, Zeah had smashed her way out of the living room window.

[caption id="attachment_123" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="zeah on the bedroom floor with her head on a purple pillow"]zeah on the bedroom floor with her head on a purple pillow[/caption]

Something I should say about Zeah, she's deathly afraid of storms and, yeah, it stormed today. It's also not the first time she's gotten "lost". As usual, somebody saw her wandering around. She's beautiful, so she always gets spoiled by strangers. The end of the story is that one of my neighbors harbored her. It was somebody upstairs, John & I heard a man open a door and tell Zeah to go outside. She came prancing down the steps as if nothing happened. Apparently he didn't want a confrontation because all the doors upstairs were closed when I went to investigate. So, to the shy neighbor above me: Thanks for saving me hours of walking around, posting signs, and calling animal shelters. :)

To answer the question asked in this post's title, Zeah's middle name is "Houdina".

Get your 8am xanax fix!

Just.. make sure you don't fuck up and go to the wrong house.

Some old, half-toothless man rang the doorbell this morning at 8am.

I thought it was a friend of mine coming to take me to work, but alas, it was not.

Here was this man missing half his teeth, holding his hand extended with a $10 bill.

Confused the shit out of me. I open the door and he's standing there, trying to give me money.

Anyway, with a short delay he decided it was time to speak. He said "I wanna get some of those xanax", at which point he actually half-smiled a little bit and in the most creepy way possible.

My response, obviously, was a simple and firm "no."

Not good enough for this guy!

"Your roommates then?"

"No"

"You're not the guy in the red car sitting out there that said to come upstairs for xanax?"

"No."

"Does he live here?"

"No. Bye."

And I closed the door.

 

Have you ever been woken up by a neighbor for something weird?

Tell me about it in the comments

Get your 8am xanax fix

Some old, half-toothless man rang the doorbell this morning at 8am.

I thought it was a friend of mine coming to take me to work, but alas, it was not.

Here was this man missing half his teeth, holding his hand extended with a $10 bill.

Confused the shit out of me. I open the door and he's standing there, trying to give me money.

Anyway, with a short delay he decided it was time to speak. He said "I wanna get some of those xanax", at which point he actually half-smiled a little bit and in the most creepy way possible.

My response, obviously, was a simple and firm "no."

Not good enough for this guy!

"Your roommates then?"

"No"

"You're not the guy in the red car sitting out there that said to come upstairs for xanax?"

"No."

"Does he live here?"

"No. Bye."

And I closed the door.

Get your 8am xanax fix!

Just.. make sure you don't fuck up and go to the wrong house.

Some old, half-toothless man rang the doorbell this morning at 8am.

I thought it was a friend of mine coming to take me to work, but alas, it was not.

Here was this man missing half his teeth, holding his hand extended with a $10 bill.

Confused the shit out of me. I open the door and he's standing there, trying to give me money.

Anyway, with a short delay he decided it was time to speak. He said "I wanna get some of those xanax", at which point he actually half-smiled a little bit and in the most creepy way possible.

My response, obviously, was a simple and firm "no."

Not good enough for this guy!

"Your roommates then?"

"No"

"You're not the guy in the red car sitting out there that said to come upstairs for xanax?"

"No."

"Does he live here?"

"No. Bye."

And I closed the door.

 

Have you ever been woken up by a neighbor for something weird?

Tell me about it in the comments