Happy Thanksgiving to all of my readers! If you don’t read my blog often, don’t worry, you did not miss much except for my assistance to help you view your human life with a bit more lightheartedness! You see, us dogs really are so thankful every day for our human companions, especially if they allow us to “just” be dogs. My human owners, as you have become aware, seem to think we should try to write once in awhile too! I was trying to write my blog once a week, but it has been so busy around here that I am fortunate if I have time for my naps most days – all time to dream up what I can include in my blogs?!
Since it is Thanksgiving week, I will dwell on what I am thankful for in my dog life. Well, for starters, I am so thankful that I live indoors! You may consider me a bit of a wimp because I prefer the indoors, but seriously, I am always up for any adventure, indoors or outdoors. Hey, I am not the one complaining about the colder weather for our walks these days, but rather, that would be my owners. Second, I am so thankful for the humans that love us, allowing us to love them in our own way. Don’t go saying how us dogs don’t have emotions, because clearly our owners would set you straight on that theory! Third, I love my siblings, Serenade and Harmony……they are a lot more maintenance than I am which allows me my solitude around here. Yup, often I can just go hide up on my owner’s bed and no one bothers me until I am good and ready to join them. I appreciate that there are no guilt trips or even any questions – my owners love me unconditionally.
For Thanksgiving week (and all year actually), I hope that you are surrounded by friends and family that love you unconditionally too! Recently, Nancy’s niece’s family and her sister came over for a breakfast here and just look at how much my siblings love, loving you humans in the photo. Once again, I managed to hide until they all left and then, came over to snuggle with Serenade. Please don’t call me unsocial, I am just the writer of these blogs and I was trying to get some inspiration from their gathering to write this – so there! I sat back and observed a joyous morning with Nancy’s partial family.