December 1st 2013 1:52 pm
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What a CRAZY EXCITING weekend it has been! First, Daddy cooked a BIG turkey and homemade stuffing and other food too! It smelled SOOOOO good and we got to help him taste it! NOM NOM NOM!!!!!
THEN we had company for dinner! I wasn't allowed out of my crate because I DIDN'T TRUST THAT GUY!!!! I still got treats though!
THEN we all got new collars! From a non-profit lady who gives the money to the rescue Mama and Daddy volunteer with!
THEN!!! THEN!!! THEN!!! There's more!!!
Today we walked, AGAIN, in my new wheelchair. Mama pulled me down the hill by my collar. It was kinda scary but I came. Mama called it 'tough love'. I've been digging my heels in and not moving in the wheelchair lately.
Once we got down the hill, I was OFF! Walking and trotting and we went over to the park and I bounced around and was frisky and even went down a big hill!!! I was SO BRAVE! Mama and Daddy were very proud. They say I needed a little kick in the pants. I got it!
I even walked all the way home from the park! Usually Mama is scooting me in my wheelchair, lifting the rear and begging me to walk. But today? I DID IT!
AND IT WAS FUN!!!!
I think it's time for a power nap! And a massage later!!!
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So glad to hear you made it down the hill!! You've got turbo wheels now! :):)
In a few days there won't be any stopping you! I'm so proud of you for adjusting to your new wheelies. Way to go Buddha!!!!
Puffy - Buddha's head cheer leader!!!!
I will helb cheer, tu!! WOO-HOO, BUDDHA!!
He's r guy!
Kick him in da butt
An' he'll gib it a twy!!
'Cept dere shood be NO kickin'! "It's a figure of speech, Zaidie." Oh, okay, den. Kick away!!
Great job on walking with da wheelychair!
Crikey Buddha ... what a time you've been having. What a clever you are. I hate that tuff love stuff but funny how it always seem to work, aye? I guess sometimes our Mum's know best. Anyway it sure worked for you and I for one am waiting to hear all about your next adventure on wheels. Those squirrel things won't be safe once you get really confident.