It has been a while since my last Woof. I hope you are well. I have had a little down time as Steve had something done to his hand, and we have not been able to visit people as usual. He is on the mend, though, and we will back to our routine soon. If I know Steve, he has a lot planned for us. Kind of making up for lost time.
But we still made it to the beach most mornings. And I got an occasional puppuccino. Yum!
One day we brought biscuits to men and women in official looking uniforms. Right around the corner from where we stay. Even got a chance to sit on a big red machine. Biggest I’ve ever been on.
I, also, got a chance to dress up again as the Reindog. I’ve done this before. Pretty cool. We delivered little bags of goodies to our neighbors.
Lately, I’ve heard the humans speak about goals and resolutions. Sounds like they make plans for the coming months.
Steve and I have plans, too. We will be busy with our pet therapy rounds. In fact, Steve has been busy adding to our schedule. I understand we will be visiting our old friends and some new ones in different buildings. I’m sure there will be a biscuit or two involved. Yum!
The biggest thing we have coming up, though, is–are you ready for this–the release of my first book. I will woof more about this in the coming weeks. I’m not too sure about these things. But I know my person has been busy tapping on those little pads on his desk.
So, here’s looking at you for the New Year. May you find biscuits and more. I wish you the best. Maybe we will be able to see each other some time, some place. Woof!
Beyond the Biscuit. What is your biggest goal for the coming year? Who will help support you as you move toward your goal? Are there any biscuits for you as you move toward and reach your goal?
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Roxie, Jasper & I can’t wait for your book to come out. Jasper had surgery on his paw like your person Steve did. He is healing really well.
Besides the school & Libraries we visit, we started in December visiting the “Buddy Break” program at DeerMeadows Church once/month on Saturdays. Jasper found a real connection with the special needs children. Our goal is to try and visit every month with these children.
Happy New Year!
Linda, please pass along a hearty WOOF! to Jasper. Hoping in mends soon. Sounds like you have been busy. Love your goal. A lot of smiles are in th future for those children.
Hello there, Roxie! I love the picture of Steve, Poppy and you on the big red machine! Your reindog outfit is stunning! My goal for this year is to become healthier by eating right and exercising. I also hope to lose weight in time for my cruise to Maine in August. I have a calendar in front of me with pictures of Maine lighthouses to remind me of my goal. I’m looking forward to reading your book, Roxie! See you again soon 🙂
Thanks, Jan. Best wishes for your goal. One strategy—back away from the biscuits. At least, Steve does that with me. Woof!
Haha! I’ll have to keep that in mind, Roxie!