Dear Diary,

What a crazy week it has been. On Thursday Mommy and Daddy gave us all kinds of yummy foods to eat. It was a feast! I was very thankful for all the yummy stuff. Cindee explained to me that it was a special day called Thanksgiving. Cindee said we are supposed to be thankful about all the things that we have been given in life, but when I watched the news I don’t think everyone got the memo.

Then the wildest thing of all happened yesterday … Mommy and Daddy brought a tree into our house. Not only that they put lights on it and pretty sparkly balls too. Oh my gosh Diary, it was so beautiful I couldn’t stop looking at it.

Then last night I found out the hard way that we are not supposed to climb the tree. Now that is confusing. Why would you put a tree inside a house if you were not supposed to climb it. I will never understand these humans.

Lucky for me I have Rapi. He explained to me that the tree means alot of different things to many different people. He said that for some people it reminds them about the birth of a person named Jesus. For other people it is all about a place for Santa to put presents. I also found out that for still other people it is a sentimental thing and there were still more reasons on top of all that. Holy cow, my head was spinning. Rapi was right, that is a lot of different reasons. Apparently climbing it is not one of the acceptable ones. That is definitely not cool!

Okay Diary, I need to say goodbye for now. You take it easy and I will be back to talk again soon.

Your Friend,

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About THe Author

H. Scott Moore, a native of Western New York State, grew up enjoying the rhythm of life in the changing seasons. One day, he became intrigued by his dog, Cindee, and what she might be thinking and feeling.

Inspired, he set out to create a world that combines his passion for animals and his curiosity about the natural and supernatural worlds. The result is a space where we can travel with Cindee and her friends and enjoy their adventures too!

When he is not working or creating, H. Scott likes to spend his time on the trails with Cindee, Mylo, and his wife Simone.


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