Friday, July 18, 2014

Guiding Eyes Library visitor

In my town, there are people who raise puppies for Guiding Eyes for the Blind. One of my regular library patrons frequently ends up as a puppy sitter for the weekend, or for a couple of weeks, and the library is a great place for these puppies (of all ages!) to learn. We've got stairs, people, lots of new smells, and an elevator!

If I remember right, this little girl's name is Monroe. I took this picture awhile ago, actually, so she's probably a much more mature young lady by this point. But I was going through my phone and found them, and remembered I'd asked permission to share.

She just looked so proud and happy, how could I not?

In other news, I'm yet again working in CampNaNoWriMo. This time, I'm running a writing workshop at the library as well! It's been fun and interesting, and mentally time consuming.


  1. I'm glad that such fabulous dogs like Monroe can help blind people. I agree, your library is a good place to learn... not only for humans :o)

  2. What a great program. Monroe is so pretty
    Lily & Edward