Paws on the Street Part Thirty-Seven – Two-Mile Mark – No Pottery – Training Day and Feeling Old #What’sUp

Paws on the Street Part Thirty-Seven – Two-Mile Mark – No Pottery – Training Day and Feeling Old #What’sUp

Paws on the Street Part Thirty-Seven – Two-Mile Mark – No Pottery – Training Day and Feeling Old

By Patty L. Fletcher

June 10, 2023

Good morning, everyone.

I hope this post finds you well.

Here, the coffee is hot. The weather will soon be too. So, here’s lots of love from me, and Chief Seeing Eye Dog Blue.

Yesterday, I pushed Team Blue to a whole new level. We made our two-mile mark. The last walk we did, nearly did me in, but we did it! We did two miles and I’m proud of that accomplishment.

The real test now is if we can keep that up. I’m so sore and worn out this morning, I feel like I’m at least a couple hundred years old.

Blue, woke early and asked to go out, but when I headed toward the beginning of our walk, he all but dragged me to the yard, right by our apartment did his business and then, made it quite clear he wanted to go back inside.

I made my coffee and his breakfast. We played for a moment or two after he ate, he allowed a good belly rub and one of our morning songs, but soon he was crawling back into his bed leaving me sitting on the floor with no reason to be there. So, I’m in recliner Ville having my first cup while wishing mightily I could follow my dog to nap time. LOL.

I’m just going to take it easy, read email Etc. and try to ease into the day.

We’re to work on learning where the drop box is for rent payments Etc. later this morning. I just hope I can find the strength.

LOL.

No pottery today. My pottery mentor won’t be at the center this morning, I’ve a ton and half of pottery yet for sale so I’m not upset about missing a day. I mean, I’ll miss having my hands in the clay. Honestly, I could do it every day but this morning, we must train up on what we need to know to be more self-sufficient,

So, this works out OK. Maybe I can go on Friday.

For now, I wish you a great day.

May Harmony find You.

Blessid Be.

About Patty L. Fletcher

Patty L. Fletcher lives in Kingsport Tennessee where she works full time as a Writer with the goal of bridging the great chasm which separates the disAbled from the non-disAbled. She is Also a Social Media Marketing Assistant.

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