True Story

My little “Tinker Toy” (no, that’s not really her name) is a budding young entrepreneur. Tonight she decided to open her very own doggie adoption business.

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Yes, that’s the name of it and yes, she knows that the word “hug” has only one -g- even when the plural form is used. She told me that she wanted the name of her business to stand out. She also told me that she had to use a bandaid to attach her sign to the wall outside her bedroom/office because she couldn’t find any tape… yes, that’s creative and yes, I told her where she could find a roll of tape for future use.

Okay, so this is the sign she posted for her potential customers.

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I was contacted and told that I should visit her place of business.

Upon arrival I found this…

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and this…

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My precious little brainchild made name tags and information cards for each of her two little dogs and tied them on with a piece of ribbon. (No, she did not have to use a kitchen knife to cut the ribbon- yes, she found scissors; right next to the box of band aids!)

Question:   Do these poor little dogs look as pitiful to you as they do to me?

I laughed until tears rolled down my face.

   P.S. Laughter is the best medicine!

 

23 Comments

  1. I love this! As a teacher and parent, this kind of play brings so many smiles. I remember when my daughter built a house out of egg cartons and boxes and then created a family of eggs with names and personalities and they lived in their home for a very long time. Creativity at its best. So sweet.. the pics and the story. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. What a delightful story! Anything with both nuns and leprechauns in the title gets my attention – looking forward to reading more!

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