This very funny teaching moment happened last April. My parents utilized power as way to teach Tabby not to run across the road and herd the neighbor’s cows. They tried for many months and exasperated several techniques to teach Tabby an important lesson. But, Tabby was a very smart border collie and she learned how to outsmart them. However, the final outcome was that Tabby did get hit max truck on an early morning during last June and she passed away.
So, when I became about eight my parents decided to buy my sister and I a dog. This dog became a petite, white, quiet dog we named Mr. Furry. On the first day of enjoying this dog we realized that my sister had grown to be allergic to dogs, so we sadly had to give Mr. Furry back. A few days later, my mother bought us a fluffy, white cat that we appropriately named Fluffy. This kind and timid cat might have been the best cat in the world.
For 2 years, this tiny brown puppy with white spots named Iver, was our only dog and was incredibly spoiled and loved so much. Fast forward to December of 2013, my family decided that our now 2 year old puppy needed another dog to play with so he was not so lonely and could bond with another animal. So we headed back up to Little Falls, MN to get Iver a brother. This time was not very different, I walked into the room with just as much excitement and energy as the first time, thrilled to meet all of the new puppies. After a couple of hours of playing with the puppies, we picked one to bring home with us.
I was four years old and my grandma had me help her take care of all the puppies. The bonds I carried with each and every puppy were always o special to me. I never wanted to let them go. But it also made me want to make sure I found the best home they could ever have though.
I became so imperious that when my mother would tell me too to sit down and eat I would start walking again and not listen to her because it was very fun to walk around the house just like everyone else . In the first month of me walking for the first time many things happened ,one day
My favorite act of service that I have ever done was through the school’s project based learning. I had heard that the NWC Men’s Basketball Team was building a house a Haitian family who’s house had collapsed with all their belongings. I then contacted the men’s basketball coach asking if my group and I could raise money to buy items for their house. We organized a traditional bake sale, as well as an online bake sale, to raise money for the family. In the midst of baking 40 dozen cookies and 38 dozen cupcakes, I was coordinating with a missionary in Haiti, Krisie Mompremier, who knew what the family needed most.
It has been three and a half months since I have been able to talk to her and give her loving hugs. I miss being able to vent my darkest secrets to her without her telling me what to do about it and just sat there and listened. For weeks now my dad and I have been searching online and seeking in newspapers for puppies for sale. The end of summer is near and a puppy would be a huge responsibility for an eighth grader starting another school year. It is the morning of August 26 2015, I felt my phone buzz and looked down to see a text from my dad with pictures of the cutest little black puppies.
“It’s just huge.” Hamilton, one of the workers, who dealt with Charlie at the Spotsylvania animal shelter, turned out to be extremely nostalgic subsequent to finding that the charming was at long last having his very own home. “Sorry,” she apologized as she fought back tears saying “It’s just really exciting.” Just like Joel Carpenter, who famously traveled more than 1,000 miles to pick up his four-legged friend, Charlie’s new owner found himself in a similar situation. Jason Davis, who had grown up near the sanctuary, drove several miles from Pennsylvania to get the puppy. Also, the voyaging scene will proceed as Davis had concluded that he would take Charlie alongside him on official treks where he conveys water crafts to
Anyone who has siblings understands that growing up there will be arguments and fights. After my brother left to go live with his mom I did not get that sibling rivalry, well until my cousin and I started spending more time together. Growing up with a cousin that is only about eleven months younger than me lead to many disagreements in the future, mainly because of us living side by side we did everything together. In February of 1999 I was born into an amazing family, being the newest baby in our mediate family I was adored by everyone. That lasted until December of that same year when Jannie was born, everyone can see that she got more attention for the next few months after she was born.
I was struggling with depression and for over a month I had been going to group therapy every weekday. What helped me change was a puppy that was bought for me. That day was possibly one of the best day of my life. The tiring long hours of sitting in a car, the bug infested place, our bad naming sense, every second was significant to me. To this day, I can remember the feeling of happiness pouring out just by having the puppy in my line of sight.