If the average very good therapy dog lives for a hundred very good therapy dog years, then I have just met a lady as old as my very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, very, great grandma therapy dog!
This is Margie, the 106 human years of agedom. I met Margie when I was working as a very good therapy dog for humans for more ages. She used to live in a place called Austria that is much more distant than Smile TV is from my house of dog. She came to live here because a mean man and his mean friends drove all of her people away from her faraway country of Austria. Now she looks pretty happy to me!
Together we read a magazine called Live Happy that Sandy is also very, very fond to read in her home time. Margie is a human person of much happiness and energy like me. She says that her secret to getting to an age with so many greats in her title is to love a lot and be grateful for a lot. As a very great therapy dog for humans, I understand her message of life. I love everything and treats, and I am grateful to get treats. Maybe I will live to be as great as Margie.
Margie had lots really great advices to give me on how to be an even more better therapy dog for humans everywhere. She told me how importantly it is to be loving without judgment in all kinds of ways, which I am because I am a dog, and I love everyone in every way. She also gave me more importantly advices about taking care good care of myself and eating right. I always eat right and take good care of my dog self as well as my very good friends of humans. So I am already following Margie’s advice. I think we will be friends of greatness together.
Margie taught me to play Rummikub, a very fun game with a lot of tiles, to match together by numbers and colors. She always beat me but still gave me Rice Krispy cereals as treats that she took from the kitchen. Our smiles are very big together with other very good persons of age who were watching us play with their smiles too.
Making friends with such a great great lady is a good day for me. Margie said that I can come back to eat Rice Krispy cereals with her again on another day. We will play more games and eat treats a lot. I love playing with all the very good humans of ages and they love me too!
Who is the oldest person you know? What is their key to living happily so long? Tell me in a comment, or send me a very good email to firstname.lastname@example.org.