It’s been awhile since I’ve had a chance to write, and it’s time for something fun so I’ve decided to share some pictures with you all, showing you some beautiful and precious companion dogs. Hopefully these little puggies will brighten your day like they do mine.
Many of you remember Emma and Oliver, yes?
These two little pugs have been special for a lot of years. What can be more precious than the never-ending snoring of two little puggies?
Do you think DID survivors can learn anything from pugs?
Let’s have a look at that!
Now, Miss Emma is getting older.
It’s almost her birthday, and she’ll be 11 yrs old this year. Wow. She’s in good health, and she’s as happy as can be, so hopefully she’ll be around for many years to come. Just for fun, have a look at Emma while she stares at some leftovers. Apparently she wasn’t very impressed!
- Isn’t she funny?
- What do you think she is thinking when she’s looking at her food bowls like that?
- What would you put her in food bowl for her?
- Do you think she wanted to eat pizza or spaghetti or ice cream instead of puppy food?
And it’s very important for Emma to be safe when she driving around in a car, so have a look at the way she sits when she’s is on the road.
She’s knows that seatbelts save lives, so she’s gonna be safe!
She wants all of you to be safe and secure when you drive too. Do you wear your seatbelt? I do!
If you drive a car, are you a good driver? Do you pay extra attention to the road to keep from having car accidents? I hope so. It’s really important to be safe in cars. Cars can be wonderful, but only if they are driven very carefully. Emma sure likes to go go go tho’. She loves her outings.
Sweet Emma. She’s doing pretty good for an old girl, don’t you think?
And now… how’s that Oliver?
Well, Ollie Boy still loves his stuffies. Here is a day where he was busy playing and feeling pretty good.
Isn’t he cute? Such pretty eyes.
What kind of game do you think he is playing?
What do you think he would be saying to his fuzzy toy?
But other days, Oliver feels sad. This time, he is snuggling up with his stuffie and feeling really down. Do you ever feel like that? Do you hold stuffies when you feel sad? I hope Oliver feels better today than he did this day.
Emma and Oliver have been great sports about being here to visit with you today. They like sharing little bits of their day with you and other little ones. Emma and Oliver aren’t very tall. They know exactly what it feels like to be small in a big world.
And now that you’ve seen their pictures, Emma and Oliver have some questions they’d like to ask you.
Emma’s Dissoci-ACTION Questions:
- What do you like to eat?
- What do you do to feel safe?
- How old will you be at your next birthday?
- Where should I go on my next outing?
Oliver’s Dissoci-ACTION Questions:
- What makes you feel happy?
- What makes you feel sad?
- What kinds of toys and stuffies do you like?
- Why is my chin turning gray?
Thank you for spending time with us today. I hope you feel a little bit better than you did before. 🙂
I wish you and your puppies the best on your snoring journeys!
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