We are giving thanks this Thanksgiving. There is so much to be thankful for in the world, and in our lives. Even when things are not going your way, there is always something you can be thankful for. Thanksgiving is a time to enjoy time with your family and friends, and to eat so much that your furs might explode. Just be careful your pup doesn’t get into the wrong foods which could be dangerous. As always, my sisters and I are always so thankful for all our online friends who come to visit us, and love us.
I’m thankful for my mom making a point to give me special one on one time with her. It’s not always easy being the oldest, and having to share everything. I am also thankful she accepts that I’m her Bailie, and I am not driven like my sisters. This year I have not done that many sports events because I just haven’t been into it. Most of the ones I did do, I did pretty well, so I’m thankful for that. Mom also realizes I’m not big on traveling, so I have traveled less too. Most of all, I would give extra thanks if I got to have the whole turkey, but I have a feeling that won’t happen.
For me, I’m giving thanks that my terrible hormone issues have subsided and I’m back to being the happy, friendly Madison most of the time. I’m thankful Bailie and I are working on becoming close again, and I’m super thankful for my new, little sister Olivia. The two of us have so much fun together, and we both love to travel, and do our sports. We are all darn lucky to have a great home where we get to experience so many things, and have so much fun. I wish every dog a cornucopia full of marrow bones, and maybe some plain turkey on the side today.
Being as it is my first Thanksgiving, I don’t really know what will be going on. I know I’m thankful I was born, and my mom chose me to be her puppy. Can you believe that originally, she was going to choose the other girl in my litter? My life so far has been pretty fun and pawsome. Even as a puppy, I have gotten to do so many things, it’s been really great! Madison is an awesome big sister, Bailie isn’t so keen on me, but I know she would get my little furry behind out of a bind if I needed her to.
Now that I’m in my thievery phase of puppyhood, I need to quickly figure out how to steal this bird without Mom noticing!
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