This is not Pebbles, but I love the expression. Puggles are amazing little people.
I had no idea what I was in for when the cutest puppy ever captured my heart. Two pairs of slippers, for every member of the family, the undercover of a living room chair, the batting off the bottom of my box spring, the chewy demise of many Barbies and several Polly Pockets, as well as the sad death of a few stuffed toys later, we can’t imagine what we did with our time before she arrived.
Pets aren’t really pets. People are the ones blessed with their fearless, loving hearts. They teach us the important stuff. Here are a few.
Snow is the best stuff for run-hopping.
Every morning is a happy time.
Family is worth dieing for, or at least barking your head off to protect.
All food is good if it’s on a human plate.
Licking said plate is polite. Indicates appropriate appreciation.
Teaching child person to pick up toys is easy. Toy left out, toy gone.
I’m always happy to see you.
Naps are best shared.
Trash cans MUST have secure tops.
Any time we spend together is good.
It’s never a bad time to say I love you.
Sharing everything we own builds character.
I don’t care what you watch on TV, as long as we are together on a comfy chair.
Comfy couch is better with all family members in it.
Mud is fun.
I’d love to see what your pets have taught you.