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Tag Archives: hudson
“I feel a little overwhelmed. I am having a hard time processing doing what I want to do verse doing what you want me to do.”
This definitely had to do with me not wanting him to chase those porcupines.
He will figure it out. He is my good boy. It takes great consciousness to think about changing his behavior and what it all means.
It’s Hudson’s two year Birthday today! Happy Birthday, Hudson!
Hudson says, “I want to a puppy forever. It’s so much fun. I understand a lot about the world. I feel everyday should be a day to celebrate!”
Hudson says, “I’m so happy to be alive. It’s the best feeling.”
I woke up a little cranky. I had just noticed that Hudson slept in and we missed our morning snuggle time. I was pouting about a number of things when Hudson came over to me and reminded me that there is another way to experience the morning and set up my mood for the day. I am happy to be alive too ?
Hudson and his friend Lilly. Hudson says, “I like Lilly because when we play I feel like I can run faster. She can control her body well by making fast twisty turns.”
Hudson and Squirrel that lives in our palm tree.
Squirrel says, “I want to be your friend so I can hang out in your garden. I have known you since you were little and didn’t notice me.”
Hudson replies, “Can you please come closer so I can get a better look? I’ll try not to chase you, but it’s really hard.”
Then the squirrel ran to his tree and Hudson trotted after it with no ill intent.
Some of you know Mr. Squirrelly our late long time friend. This is his grandson.