Paws on the Street Part Twenty-Five – Birds, Windows and Doors and Loud Truck Monsters that Roar

Paws on the Street Part Twenty-Five – Birds, Windows and Doors and Loud Truck Monsters that Roar

Paws on the Street Part Twenty-Five – Birds, Windows and Doors and Loud Truck Monsters that Roar

By Patty L. Fletcher

March 24, 2022

Blue and I had a successful time out running errands Thursday.

First, we got ready a few minutes earlier than was necessary so while standing outside waiting on our ride, Blue who was in his harness was challenged to be good and not give into his desire to chase the birds, of which there are plenty around our apartments.

Once the van came, he was so excited to get on he barely waited for the door to open before he was bouncing aboard.

When we got to our first destination he went quick as a flash to the entrance of the building but was a bit flummoxed by all the windows around the door and took a moment to find the correct way in.

Once through the outer doors we found the correct way into the side of the building we needed, and the next task was finding the correct counter and help window.

Once that was accomplished my Big, Blue Dog was a complete gentleman and waited politely at my feet while I did what I’d come to do but when we were ready to leave, he wanted to latch onto and follow the lady who had come out to help me sign some paperwork.

Finally, I got him on track and out the door only to discover a very loud oversized truck monster was making lots of noise and I couldn’t hear a thing. Chief Seeing Eye® Dog Blue was on the case, and we’d soon navigated our way safely back to the van, once again he bounced happily aboard and sat watching the world go by out the window as we went to our next stop. Our driver said he looked as if he were bursting with joy at being out and about.

At Food City, he took me straight inside and we found one of our friends who helps us lots and soon we were weaving our way through the store, getting what we’d come for and heading back out to catch our ride home.

Since it was getting close to time for the bus company to close for an hour of cleaning busses though it was a beautiful day out and we really did want to take the bus, we opted to take our door-to-door van instead.

Once home, Blue informed me I owed him a game of squeaky ball and a long tummy rub in payment for his service.

Though it was a short trip with not much challenge, it was wonderful to be out and about taking care of errands on our own.

We’re hoping for Muffin Monday this coming week, so watch for more on that coming soon.

For now, the Chief is napping and I’m considering following my dog’s lead.

Everyone have a super great day.

May Harmony find You and Blessid Be.

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