Monday, May 21, 2007

How do you say "thank you" in dog?


Having a new puppy gives me a (very faint) taste of what it must be like to have a new human arrival—a drastic change in one’s routine, some sleep deprivation (very mild, I’m sure, compared to newborn humans!), new anxieties, and tender love.

And presents.

I had no idea.

Starting with the gift of a fabulous book and loans of other books and DVDs, we have now received cards, emails and even beautifully wrapped presents from many very, very nice people.

So, along with thank-you notes that I am trying to catch up with, here's a public thank you to Anne and Judy and Janet and Stephanie and Winston and Nina and Larry and Debbie and Beth and Melissa and Tim and Rex and Rory and Harriet and Sue and DJ and Tyler and Andrew and Grant and Matt and Liberty.



Femminista said...

Whoops--need to clarify that the beautiful card pictured is a card RECEIVED--not, sadly, a thank-you note made.

I have not been that creative.

Melissa, however, is not only card-maker extraordinaire but also in the midst of major work-related stuff and also mother to three children and two cats. Wow.

Ms. Theologian said...

I think somehow that love is love and that human-dog love is not that different than human-human love.... But, of course, you're welcome. Dogs are awesome.