I’m being run off my feet. I buzz out to Sawyere’s dorm early every morning, a little over a half hour from my house. I scoot back home to take care of my own pets, and then I whiz downtown to the note factory. If I have some extra time after I’ve taught my music lessons for the day, I sleep. This blog is getting short shrift, just when I could be writing such interesting things!
So I was utterly delighted to find that Beloved Friend has started writing about Mazy. I now proclaim that the job of writing about Mazy has officially passed from me to Beloved F–and no backsies!
I love what she wrote, especially the last part. I want to send, and will send, if the Beloveds don’t get one first, the perfect little stuffed puppy to Mazy. I hope what I’m about to say doesn’t break Beloved F’s heart, but I was pretty sure that Mazy wouldn’t love that triceratops, although I couldn’t say why. Enjoy this story of Mazy’s day, and then I’ll be back, with a bit about Sawyere’s and my morning. https://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=10150104803657711&id=1391653387
Ooh, first I’m back with something for Beloved F to share with the whole family, although it sounds like she might not need it. http://www.patriciamcconnell.com/a-life-saving-tip-and-a-heartwarming-letter-.html
It’s quite amazing to me how few people know the info in the link above. I guess I’ve known it for a very long time, since I was a kid, I think. I imagine I learned it by trial and error. It really can save a dog’s life, though, so let’s pass it around!
OK, I’m starting a new post for Sawyere.