The highlight from last week was my visit to Remington Elementary. I enjoyed performing my Brave Dog show for the third graders! They cheered, clapped, and then petted me after I performed my story. I loved how much they enjoyed the story and fun facts about War dogs from WWI and WWII. They were all great listeners! We also visited seniors at a skilled nursing facility. I visit each senior citizen. One lady was 101, so we celebrated her birthday. I even got a bite of cake!
I also visited a park called Homestead Ranch which is located out east on a mesa. My upright and I ran to the top of the mesa and then followed the trail around the outer edge. The views of Pikes Peak were spectacular and I enjoyed running. I love running and am able to run for miles and miles and miles!
In addition to performing and working, I also worked on writing a story (about myself, of course). I hope to publish it one day. I plan on titling my stories: Sienna’s Tales: A dog with an over-active imagination. The first story is about how afraid I am of the full moon. In my defense, I truly believe that the full moon is a monster’s eye. The eye follows me everywhere and watches me doing everything (including going potty). How would you like to go potty in front of a monster? You wouldn’t and I don’t like to either, which is why I refuse to go potty at night if there’s a full moon. I try to hold it all night long until it’s safe to go potty in the daytime. J But holding it in makes me feel uncomfortable.
The monster moon is very sinister. He creates shadows that dance across the ground and glows sometimes an orangish-yellow (which reminds me of my Kitty’s evil eyes). Every month I wait for it to grow big and then I hide my head under my covers and refuse to come out until the moon is once again just a crescent.
Here’s my question for the kids at Remington Elementary: Name a dog’s super senses and explain how they might help our military. The first student who answers correctly will receive a beautiful autographed picture of my fluffy-self.
Sienna, The Smartest Border Collie!
I'm a red and white Border Collie. I love performing with my upright, Denise Gard. I call all humans uprights, just so you know! This blog will detail all of my adventures and contain some useful dog tips for all dog lovers!