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Handful Part 3 - She is here to stay

 I spoke of my little puppy and the strain that she put on me, along with having my granddaughters with me and going back to school. I took on a handful like most women do.  The most devastating thing that has happened to this world during our times has been Covid. I went back on my blogs and read how much I complained about a puppy, and that seems so minute compared to what is going on today.  My dog, Princess, has been such a great companion during these trying times.  She is so accustomed to me and my youngest daughter being home almost all of the time.  She is so loving and gives us nothing but unconditional love.  She feels our stress and tries to make us play with her.  She is so obedient and trained so well. Princess gets more likes than I do on my Tik Tok. She changed so much in three years.







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