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Helen: 12/30 - update

Hello Everyone,

I have been so busy being cute and having fun I haven't had time to post here.  It is not that I don't want to tell you about me. It is just that there are so many other fun things to do.

It is cold here today, but it is warm in my foster home.  I went out to "do my business" and broke into a major run.  I went around the yard five times at top speed.  One of my foster brothers just stood and watched.  The other brother ran with me for the first two times, but then he just stood and watched too.  I am so FAST and AGILE, not to mention how cute I am.  After that run, I had to come in a take a major nap.

Speaking of naps, I love taking naps on my foster mom's bed.  She keeps telling me that foster pups are not supposed to get on the furniture.  I keep telling her that her bed is not furniture; it is a sleeping place and that is what I do when I am on there.  Plus I make myself real small so she hardly notices I am there.

I was a little worried about Christmas, but Santa found me here without any problems.  We all got some neat toys that squeak and crackle.  I am working on removing the squeakers and crackle in all of them.

I hope everyone has a happy New Year and that 2018 brings you a new pup.  Maybe it will be me.  I am hoping for a new furever home in 2018.

Thanks for reading about me.
Helen

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