Bella and DiDi: The beauty of a walk.

Howl,

We go on at least one walk a day. While we trot along side by side, any worries we have just seem to disappear like kibble at dinner time.

On our walks, we get ideas such as tactics for helping ourselves to food the humans left on the countertop. Of course we also brainstorm how to answer your letters.

The next time you feel stuck, sad or frustrated try taking a walk.

Woof,

Bella and DiDi

 

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24 thoughts on “Bella and DiDi: The beauty of a walk.

  1. Mom wishes you lived near us…she used to walk about 5 miles a day with her Siberians, before me…many years ago…and when they all went OTRB…she lost interest in long walks by herself and Dad isn’t such a walking guy…sigh…and I can’t have a doggie near me…so we are stuck…but Mom sometimes ‘borrows’ a neighbor dog for a walk…paw pats, Savannah

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