Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Abby: Things to smile about :-)

It's been a long time since I've written, but I'm happy to be back. Mommy, Daddy, Gus and I are still saddened by the loss of our dear Hobbit and sweet Buster, so we haven't much felt like writing in The Doggy Diary the past year. The other day, though, Mommy took a picture of me that really made her smile. :-) She said we should share it with others.

So, I went to Home Depot with Mommy to help her pick out some flowers. There were so many pretty ones and I got to see them up close because she put me in the cart. At first I wasn't sure what to think, but when all the nice people shopping stopped to say "hello" to me, I decided that I was going to enjoy the ride! We were successful in finding a big pot of red, white and purple petunias. Aren't they pretty? I think my smile shows how pleased I am with our selection!

You might like an update on Gus. He is doing so great! He turned 14 in April! He enjoys playing with his stuffed toys, taking naps and eating yummy doctored-up dinners of healthy canned dog food and warm chicken broth mixed with some real chicken or fish sometimes added in by Daddy. I'm happy to report that I also benefit from the special "Gus-Can-Have-Whatever-He-Wants-Because-He's-14-Years-Old" Diet. ;) Another reason Gus is feeling better these days is because he had surgery on both of his ears a few months ago. He can hear a little bit now, and it's obvious they don't hurt any more. Here he is with one of his favorite toys, Puff Dragon! Doesn't he look awesome for 14?! He makes Mommy and Daddy smile all the time. :-)

I hope to be back more often. Now that it's summertime I bet I'll have more adventures to share!

Abby Grace

1 comment:

  1. Hey Abby: Wondered where you were and how you were doing. What a wonderful photo of you in Home Depot with the plant. Hope that you will keep us posted on your adventures and Gus doesn't look a day older than 7. What a great companion for you. I know you miss Hobbit and Buster like I miss Gypsy. Dad says it is okay to not get over their loss because that means she will stay in my heart forever. My brother Echo about drives me nuts sometimes with his herding me every minute of the day but I have grown to love him and we both love our wonderful sister Sarah.
    Here is to us all having a great summer and lets live it up for Hobbit, Buster and Gypsy who are having the time of their life in doggy heaven. Take care, Bozwell, and Sarah and Echo send their best too...