I’m just a little dog with no tail, but I know how to be thanksful for things.
Here is a list. See how they make me smile?
- Boney chewy treats
- Floppy toys
- All my ballies
- Secretary Mommy
- Belly Rub Daddy
- Grandmommies and Grandaddies
- Weiner Cousin Friends
- Facebook and bloggy friends
- Dog sitters Kirk, Susan, Donna, and Jorja
- Dog teacher miss Bridget
- Agility class friends
- Worm farms
- Garden treats
- Agility games (except for that scary A frame)
What are you thanksful for?
Mommy says today is Turkey Thanksgivings Day. That means I am supposed to tell my floppy turkey* the things that I am thanksful for. So here I go, but first let me look around and make sure the Molly doesn’t see. She would tease me if she saw me talking to a floppy bird.
I am thanksful for my Mommy and Daddy who gives me lots of belly rubs. Belly rubs means that they loves me.
I am thanksful for my Grandmommys. Grandmommys always brings kisses. Plus they taste good, so I kiss them back. I’m a lucky little dog with no tail. I has two Grandmommys and two Granddaddys!
I am thanksful for the Wiener Cousins who sometimes puppy sit me, but I don’t let them sits on me for long. I’m also thanksful for Uncle Kirk, Aunt Susan, and Dog Friend Donna, who let me and the Molly stay at their houses sometimes.
I am extra thanksful for the Molly, who takes care of me and teaches me to be a good little dog with no tail, even though she has been sick. She is my bestest friend.
I am thanksful for my toy basket because it always gives me neat things like my floppy turkey*.
I am thanksful for my garden, because that is where the earthworms live.
Finally, I am thanksful for all of you who are reading this! Happy Turkey Thanksgiving Day!