~ Newest Trick
Henry’s newest trick. Bring me everything I need to take him on a walk.
First, he brought my hat, then my shoes. He has yet to bring an unmatched pair.
Henry Works His Charm
Henry got what he wanted, a hike up Pisgah with his BFF Tule. For extra fun Henry found a wiggly rope (snake) and brought it out to play 😳
And he is a blessing. Most of the time, lol. He loves to chew on wood, he finally has a victim….bamboo coasters. I told Kevin last night that Henry is a wild boy sometimes, but at least he has only ruined our coasters. Lol.
Have we mentioned that we meet the most incredible people in the world? Kiley is amazing with Henry. When she is not orchestrating a family event–like the laundry, an outing, or whatever Henry has planned you might find her saving lives. That’s right — Kiley is a nurse. I am sure she has a more impressive title, but to anyone who ever needed specialized medical care for their self or someone they love, we can agree nurses are incredible.
Thank you, Kiley, for letting us use your video and photos and for sharing your Henry tails. We sincerely appreciate your dedication and your sense of humor.
~Sharing the Keyboard
Today, OwyheeStar News shares and update from Parker and Terrika. They live and work in western Oregon. Parker joins Terrika at the office–click here to see where Parker goes to work! Read on to capture Terrika’s comments, and Parkers thoughts.
Parker: I got to go to the office and help Mom manage the office. I am the official greeter, and I do it so well too! “Woof”
Parker: I got a treat to be good at the office and not bark. It didn’t work. I got the treat and still managed to bark at every client or title person that came by. It’s my job!
Terrika: Parker wants to be in the drivers seat.
I totally love this dog. Good job picking her out for me Cliff
Parker: I am taking Mom home from the office. The Mercedes does not have as much room as Dads Yukon, but this way it is easy to squish against my Mom. I love my Mom. Thanks Cliff and Shela for getting me a great Mom. Now, the only thing better about going to the office, is we get to go home. The only way this could be better is if I was sitting in Mom’s lap, or driving myself.