A word about true friends
When Susan first brought me home, I trusted no one. If Strangers came to the house, I hid. But some of those Strangers came again and again. And brought deer sticks. And had a wonderful way of scratching my ears.
So I began to make friends. Slowly and cautiously because you never know where a Scary Man might be lurking.
Then, one Friend started hiking with Susan and me. Yipee! When we were with her, we went on longer and better hikes to lakes where I could swim, and forests where they let me run off leash. I call her Girlfriend, but Susan calls her Leigh. And she is going to Virginia with us to hike the Appalachian Trail.
She has long legs and can walk faster than Susan. And she always shares her treats with me. She is a True Friend.
If Susan doesn't shape up soon, I may go home with Girlfriend.
8/26/2019 01:28:18 pm
Love your little stories. Molly looks a lot like our Peaches we had years back when our three adults now were just kids. Peaches traveled cross country with us many times when Lyell had orders to new duty stations. Molly, keep up the good work of training your gals for hiking the Appalachian Trail!
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