And boy was our selfie game strong.
One of the week's highlights was the presence of Copper, the pup my littlest brother and his wife got in early 2016.
Copper is Roo's older half brother.
Do you see the resemblance?
The two pups hadn't met before this weekend, so it was a ball to watch them meet. I was in dog heaven.
Copper is happy-go-lucky. His tail is always wagging, and every creature is a new friend. Roo, on the other hand, is a bit more cautious. She has to carefully assess a situation before engaging it fully.
|Roo (on the left) assessing|
|Assessment phase #2 (getting more comfortable)|
It didn't take Roo too long to determine that Copper was a worthy friend, and the two spent the weekend engaged in puppy play. They romped; they frolicked; and they raced around the house. Copper showed Roo how to stand on her hind legs and walk all over the kitchen sniffing for morsels of leftover turkey (have you ever seen a dog walk on his hind legs without extra support? It's remarkable! Turkey inspires truly amazing things, I suppose), and together, their begging techniques were almost irresistible.
Oh my oh my: a world with dogs is a beautiful world, and a Thanksgiving with pups is the best kind of Thanksgiving.
I hope you had a celebratory and restful Thanksgiving, my friends.
Hopeful, light-filled Monday!
Cheering for you,
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