Oh Wise One

2 Mar

My humans say that you can see a lot about someone by looking at their eyes. They say my eyes are wise and that I look like I have a story to tell. I say they shot a picture of me right after I came in from a walk in the stormy weather…

So, as I ponder, about my wiseness, I think I will take a moment to reflect on what has made me wise.

1. I think being a pudgy pug no longer gave me a lot to appreciate about life. When I was a chubby puggy I missed out on a lot of things and life passed me by… In the past couple of years I have found a zest for life that didn’t revolve around food and involved playing, loving my humans, and meeting new friends.

2. I have had more than one home. This has given me a lot of insight on love and family and how important a forever home is. I know that the family I am with is forever but in my past, I didn’t have a great home life… I also learned how much love you can get in a foster home and how much love it takes to take in homeless Pugs when they are in need. There are a lot of good people out there looking to love Pugs.

3. Near death experience. This is a scary thing. I almost crossed the Rainbow Bridge at 4 years young. It was before I even went in to Rescue… I was in the hospital and had tubes and everything coming out of me all over trying to heal me. A few short months later, I was in rescue, losing weight, and getting healthy again.

4. Being a good listener. As I have met so many new humans and FURiends in the past few years I have been told that I am very good at listening to people and making them feel better. I don’t have a lot to say sometimes but I love making people feel better.

Well, that is about it on being wise… Until next time friends…

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One Response to “Oh Wise One”

  1. Sequoia and Tuni March 8, 2011 at 10:56 pm #

    Hi Reggie! We came across your blog and we are fellow pug bloggers too. We hope we can be pug pals 🙂 And way to go on being a skinny mini now, Sequoia is working on that project right now too.

    Hugs
    Sequoia and Tuni

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