Each Unique Voice – Conversations with Stella and the Pack


I am Stella, Queen of the Olde English Bulldogges. What? What?

Me:  Stella, what are you noising about?

Stella:  How can you tell that was me? You’re in the other room. You can’t see me. Or can you? Are you spying on me, Lady Human?

Me:  I can tell your unique tone most of the time. And no, I am not spying on you, but if I want to, I will.

Stella:  Unique?

Me:  One of a kind.

Stella:  You can tell which one of us is talking?

Me:  Mostly. You confuse me every now and again.

Stella:  Okay, stay where you are and tell me who is speaking now?

Me:  That’s Sweetie.


Miss Sweetie:  Yes! That’s great, Lady Human! Listen to me! Is this me?

Stella:  Sweetie! Of course, it is. You can’t give it away. Lady Human, who’s this?

Me:  Doodlebug. I can tell by his high pitch. He uses that when he wants something.

Doodlebug:  That’s right. So where is the treat that I want.


Stella:  Wait, Doodle. The game is not over. Okay, who is this?

Me:  You.

Stella:  Awww. I thought I could fool you. I was trying to sound like Wiggles.


Wiggles:  You don’t sound like me at all.

Stella:  All right. Tiger, you say something.

Tiger:  Nope. Not playing.


Stella:  Why not?

Tiger:  I am saving my voice for when I need it.

Me:  Each of you has a unique voice. You each sound different. I know that because of how much I have hung around each of you.

Stella:  Does each human have a unique voice like a bulldog?

Me:  Well, not like a bulldog. Like a human, yes, I believe so. Even if we sound similar, we are each unique.

Stella:  Is this one of those things the Great Creator does?

Me:  Yes, even so.

Stella:  Cool. But I have the most unique voice, right?

Me:  Unique is unique. One is not more unique than another.

Stella:  Oh, Lady Human. Now you’re just talking nonsense. I am the most unique of all.







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