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I wanted to go to the Cathedral today so I could see the statue of Pope John Paul II. Yesterday was lots of stuff about the other pope on TV so I wanted to visit one of them today. I was checking out the grounds of the Catedral de Santo Domingo, Primada de América to smell what i could smell. I love walking down the El Callejón de los Curas or in my English The Priests Alley. I like to walk here and take time to smell the beautiful flowers that flow from the top of the buildings. I am so glad that this is just around the corner from my very own home.
Mom took me on our usual Sunday Walk-About. A sprained my foot a few days before so we had taken it easy for a few days. But, enough or resting, I was ready for a romp and to smell some good odors.
We walked to Cuidad Nueva where some guy gave me some really good Chicken. I had to preform for it. I picked the hand that it was hiding in for them. People really seem to like that trick and they always smile and laugh when I do that one. (Here is a picture of my doing the “Which hand had the food” trick last week for a man from Honduras)
We ended up down by the basketball court between the Malecon and Jose Gabriel Garcia. I used to be really afraid of the bouncy ball but now I am just a little bit afraid. I am getting braver by the day. I only have tremors a little bit now.
I did get a little nervous on the Conde walking but I toughed it out. Mom found this sign so I could just pretend I was on the Conde while I was waiting to play some basketball.
Finally I got my turn to to shoot some hoops and everyone left! I was all alone. Just mom and I. I did not think that I was bad or stinky. Wonder why all those nice boys left.
Well, since there was no one to play with, the ball was gone and really I was tired from all the walking we decided to head on to our neighborhood and rest a bit before heading home. Mom got herself a beer and I got a nice glass of cold water.
We hung out there for a little while then headed home where I plopped down on the bed and had me a really sound sleep. It was a good walk about and was a better rest after.
My mom read this cute little picture book called Who’s That Dog? Its about rescued dogs that found their forever homes. When she was done reading she was crying. I like to lick away her tears when she cries. She gave me a big hug and told me she loved me. So, I highly suggest that all you dogs out there get your parents to read this book if you want a big fat hug from them.
The book is written by a guy, Mark J. Asher and he has a web site.
My mom and I put up our decorations and then mom made a card for all of our friends and family. She pt our pictures on the top. I hope all of my friends and family have a great Christmas.
Mom also made a video card from us. I even watched it a few times.
I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas. I know I did. I helped my mom make candy and cookies and we even roasted a big chicken for dinner. I ate so much and enjoyed every bite of it. I will probably need to go on a diet..maybe tomorrow…maybe the day after.
UPDATE – WooHoo! Shadow is home! She was away for the Holidays but got returned to her daddy Monday January 8. The people that found her lived very close to where she was lost. They took good care of her. Now Shadow is back home with her daddy and new cat where she belongs. I cannot wait to see her.
Please everyone pay attention. One of my best friends, Shadow, got lost.
She was last seen on Ave. España near the yellow and black Lighthouse in Santo Domingo. If anyone sees her, or thinks they see her please call or text 829-563-0712. There is a reward for her return. She is a friendly, playful Black Lab Mixed. She is wearing a red collar. Lost at the parking lot of the Rio Ozama Lighthouse on Ave España – last seen heading east along the waterfront park.
If you see Shadow or even think you see Shadow please call her daddy. She is wearing the same bright red collar you see in the pictures.
If you see her call her by name. She is friendly. Hold her and call her daddy.
Call or text anytime 829-563-0712.
You can also email me at email@example.com
THERE IS A REWARD!!!!