Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!   Welcome 2019.  365 potential opportunities ahead to do something good.  

One resolution this year is to get my human moving!  That candy from Halloween, 2015,  has had LONG lasting effects- so this is THE year to get a whole new fit human.   We may have to trade her in for a new model.   JUST KIDDING.  But her health is our priority.  We will be SURE she is up early every morning….and takes us for LONGER walks once she retires!
Another resolution is to make my blog and Instagram grow.  But I haven’t quite figured out how to do that.  I suggested my human take selfies with us and she should dress like some kind of social media/reality TV show star.  I can think of one who has like a gazillion followers and her claim to fame is essentially having a “unique” family.  We could do that.  We’re unique.   My human said that her dressing up in skimpy outfits would end our social media career. She suggested WE dress up.  That changed my mind about the whole dress up idea….
Another resolution is to take fewer photos of us dogs.  That’s my resolution.  Clearly not my human’s… As IF that would ever happen..

I’m going to resolve to stop eating pillowcases.  But dryer lint is still fair game.
My human has a resolution to meet more of my blog readers in 2019! She met a number of local peeps last year – and then we got to meet Flicka the Picard and his humans when they were visiting Nova Scotia from the US.  I’m not quite sure how she plans to do this….it could require some travel!!
Whatever resolutions you have – make them attainable.  And every day, take time to be thankful for at least one thing that went well or one good thing in your life.  Focus on the positive aspects of your day.  If you’re grasping for something- ask yourself if your dog(s) had a good poop.  That’s always a good fallback if everything else in your day was bad. And if THAT didn’t go well either, then you have really had a crappy day.  Pun intended.  But the fact that you have a roof over your head, running water and food – well that’s always something to be thankful for.  And if you’re owned by a dog – you REALLY have something every day to be grateful for.  Even when they eat dryer lint.
Cheers to 2019!
Have a great one.  Peace and paws up.
Seizure free days:23 

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