An old, tired-looking dog wandered into the yard. I could tell from his collar and well-fed belly that he had a home. He followed me into the house, down the hall, and fell asleep in a corner.
An hour later, he went to the door, and I let him out.
The next day he was back, resumed his position in the hall, and slept for an hour. This continued for several weeks.
Curious, I pinned a note to his collar: “Every afternoon your dog comes to my house for a nap.”
The next day he arrived with a different note pinned to his collar:
“He lives in a home with ten children — he’s trying to catch up on his sleep. Can I come with him tomorrow?”
Embwa yamanya ekyokkola ndowooza nyiniyo yagiraba nge maze okukomawo awaka okuva mu nap yaayo ngeeri calm namanya nti waliwo awalungi weyebungulira .
Bamukiriza nyiniyo naye okujja okufunamu ka nap nga tanaddayo waka kwanganga zadde, Ebiseera ebisinga embwa zimanya alina omukwaano nze nafunanga embwa eyajjanga netuula awo wendi nga ndiko byenongoosa wabweeru naye bweyakikola enfunda eziwera nendekeraawo okugendanga mu kifo ekyo kusaawa ezo zeyajjirangako.
Konze ba kamaabo oba basazeewo bo kukuleka nebagenda kumirimu gyaabwe nange sigenda ku fuuka dog sitter waabwe nga sisasulwa.
Naye saddamu kugiraba oba yaba etya nange samanya