Abby, “Mom, I don’t think we’ll be able to walk today”.
That was Abby looking out the window the day we had a northeastern coming our way. I did keep her busy, but I am pretty sure she would have preferred to go for a walk.
Abby, “I need to pee, but I can’t find the smell I am looking for!”
Abby and I love to walk, but please be extra careful when you are out walking because drivers may not be able to see you due to the height of the snow. It also doesn’t help that Abby and I are both short.
Abby, “Mom, please stop taking pictures of me already!”
Yes, as you can see in the above picture, Abby was already done being the object of my pictures. Fine, no more pictures . . . well, for now.
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When we lived in Maryland, I thought to myself, “Wow! There are a lot of dogs.” Dogs always put a smile on my face, and when I realized that there seem to be even more dogs in Massachusetts,as you can imagine, I was ecstatic.
So, where did we go to see so many dogs, you are probably thinking, right? We went to
Pinebank Promontory, Jamaica Pond, located in Jamaica Plain, MA. The day was beautiful, cold, but sunny. Cynthia told me that I had the wrong place so I corrected that. I am the kind of person that can get lost in a small parking lot of McDonald’s, which really happened to me years ago. My sense of directions is awful.
One thing I saw and loved was pet parents keeping their dogs fit and healthy. Not to worry, Alex did not run. We walked with her and took breaks in order not to over do it. She’ll turn 13 in May and Cynthia and I have to figure out what to do for her birthday. Any ideas?