Pascal says good morning. He is the only peppy one this morning. Between the morning darkness (thank you time change) and the rain, this household energy is low.
I am still a Teaching Assistant for several accounting classes and it is nearing quarter end. So usually when I get home from one job it is on to the TA job. Nim hasn't been thrilled about this. This week he has taken to unloading a shelf full of toys and spreading them around the house. We are supposed to have a dog living with us most of May. Maybe Nim will enjoy hanging with her and sharing his toy system.
As usual, I had a hard time deciding which organization I wanted to talk about this Friday. So many I care about. But last night I got the Old Dog Haven newsletter and the decision was made.
If you are local - mark you calendars! The Walk for Old Dogs happens Sunday, July 20th. I don't plan on missing it. It is a fun collection of senior dogs doing their thing. They accept Nim. :) What is crazy is this year by the time the walk happens he will be 4! Not a senior dog yet, but definitely settling in as more of an adult.
I am no where closer to taking in another dog, let alone a senior in need, than I was last year but I love what this organization and their network of homes do. No animals should be in a shelter, but when seniors are surrendered I often find it even more heartbreaking.
"Helping Senior Dogs Live Their Golden Years in a Loving Home" - Old Dog Haven.
Old Dog Haven is always in need of foster or final refuge homes as well as financial contributions.