Hello friends! Life has thrown us some curve balls, none of which I have caught or chased.
I was, however, a great support for Christy, as the past month was hard for her to go through, and every day continues to be challenging. Mom says if you subscribe to her newsletter, you will get some of the details on October 16.
But for now, it’s my turn to tell you of my adventures.
My favorite dog, Snoopy, has a special place in Santa Rosa called a museum. I felt validated in my job because only service dogs are allowed to visit the museum, and of course, they gave me a treat for being a good boy.
Everywhere I went, a friend of Snoopy’s showed up. Mom loves this mosaic of Charlie Brown.
And then there was Lucy.
Mom says Lucy and Charlie Brown remind her of her parents in many ways. Mom introduced me to Snoopy’s brother, Spike.
I also met Snoopy’s good friend, a bird named Woodstock.
I’m undecided as to what kind of bird he is.
Snoopy and I are a lot alike in that we both love food and let our master know when we are hungry.
Mom smiled as she read this sign to me from the wall of the Warm Puppy Café
She says I’ll understand its meaning more when we get home and I will have lots to blog about because of it.
Do you happen to know what she’s talking about?
Snoopy is not afraid to try anything and even plays one of the hardest sports, hockey.
I guess that’s why he’s a really cool role model dog.
Want to read more about me and Snoopy? Read last week’s blog post, “Making Friends With Snoopy.”