I keep thinking of the little write up that her foster parents sent saying, 'she has been nothing but love'-and its so true, she comes up to my hubby at the kitchen table and just lays her head in his lap/hands, he just melts! Oh and I took her to work, I am a RCA @ an Elderly Home and the Residents and staff would not let me leave- I was there for almost an hour trying to leave, Lucy soaked it all up adoring every one in her sight,I probably would sound sappy to non-dog lovers when I say she is such a blessing to our family but not to you and other dog lovers. Her and Chloe were actually nuzzling on the couch this morning as they laid together- I am amazed at how calm she is, not getting into anything (the bedroom door is closed,lol) and laughed one night getting off work at 11pm and thinking, 'where is Lucy?'- there she is sleeping with my husband, gasp, he is sooooo easy.... well will keep you updated
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Saturday, July 19, 2008
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