For another one of my Community Service tasks, I agreed to serve as the Easter Bunny’s assistant.
I volunteer my time and do any tasks the Easter Bunny gives me.
I expect nothing in return except knowing that I help bring smiles to some children’s faces.
There is the possibility that I might get some treats, though.
Matayo enrolled in the Dogwarts School. He was nervous about letting the sorting hat place him in one of the four houses.
- Dewclaw (curious, forward-looking, studious, avoid conflict)
- Pupplepuff (friendly, practical, avoid risk, avoid conflict)
- Wolfindor (daring, passionate, individualistic, defender)
- Howlin (daring, competitive, attention-seeking, confrontational)
If you were the sorting hat, which house would you pick for Matayo?
If you are on the Easter Bunny’s special list, you might get something like this in your basket. Note: I am not edible. Handle with care.
Doing laundry is not easy. That wash board wears me out. I’ve been working on trying to find something good in every situation. That’s called optimism. Let’s see, something good about laundry day, hmmm. On laundry day, I get to wear my bandana. That’s good. I know how to rock a bandana.
Don’t look at me that way. I know I need a haircut. At least that’s what you say when my hair gets this long. Personally, I like it long and a little unkempt. I am not a prissy dog. This is my Shaggy Doo. Why do you always take me to get haircuts?
Matayo wanted to dress up for Thanksgiving. He had a difficult time deciding whether to wear his pilgrim suit or his Indian suit. I think the feathers had a big effect on his choice.
Nature is great, especially if someone else does all the work. I even have my own little red wagon.