Mar 24, 2020
In today’s episode, we are
talking about Leonard, our Boston terrier and the
five lessons that we learned from The Bestest Boston
Terrier Ever. If you're
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00:48 Our Boston Terrier I wonder how this episode is going to go because we're talking about Leonard, our Boston terrier.
Sadly, Leonard has left us. He's crossed the rainbow bridge as they say. He was a really good dog. He was so amazing.
6:29 Everyone Loves a Boston Terrier
That brings me to lesson number one, everybody loves a Boston terrier.
Everyone loves a Boston terrier. They're just so freaking cute.
Everywhere I walked with that dog, people would stop and they were like, “Oh my gosh, it's a Boston”. Or they were like, “Is he a Frenchie or is he a Boston?”. You know, and they were always just so taken with him.
8:00 Making Friends
So, the second lesson is that you can make friends easily. These are all things that I've learned really just by observing my dog.
Yes, this is true because he's fun and he would sort of trot around and anybody that came up to him, loved him, and he would just be friends.
10:52 When You Know Someone, You Know
What's another lesson?
Number three. This is a big one. When you know someone, you know.
When you know their habits, their patterns, like you know what this little being does and when you expect it to be different, you're just setting yourself up for a whole world of stress.
Just like people.
14:32 Manifest through Persistence and Charm
Lesson number four is a big one for me. This is something that I learned by watching this dog. His amazing, truly extraordinary ability to manifest through persistence and through charm.
So true. The guy had charm.
Add charm and persistence and you have a winning combination. If he wanted something, he would not quit.
17:14 Unconditional Love
The last lesson I want to talk about is more universal to dogs, is just how they teach us and show us and demonstrate that unconditional love.
Yeah, that's so true. We can mess up so many times and they still love us. We can turn our backs on them, yell at them, whatever, and they still love us. It really is a beautiful thing.
I could understand what goes on in the dog's head that allows them to do that because it's a powerful thing. It's so powerful. Leonard, He will be missed.Nick
He will definitely be missed.