Doggie Diaries: Adventures at the Library

Photo of Trudy the dog at the libraryPhoto of Trudy the dog and a girl reading at the library

 

 

 

 

 

From Trudy's Diary: August 2, 2011

Pleased to make your acquaintance. I am Trudy Sue, a southern belle. You may call me Trudy or Trudy Sue, but please, I beg you, do not call me “Troodles.” I have long outgrown that nickname. After all, I am a mature lady of eight years.

One of my most distinguishing features is my snaggletooth. Isn’t it just precious? I quite like how unique it makes my smile: all business on one side and all fun on the other! It suits me perfectly. While I am a lady most of the time, there are times when I like to go hog wild and roll in the mud and do very unladylike things! It’s a hoot and a half.

It was my first time at the Takoma Park Library. It is a lively place, I must say! There was singing and reading and crafting and three handsome male doggies; Birthday Boy Leo, Little White Willie and Fetching Freddie! My little heart was aflutter. I was the only PAL lady in the library with all those southern gentlemen. I had better catch my breath and rest on the divan for a bit.

Tootles,
Trudy

Photo of Trudy the dog and a girl reading at the libraryPhoto of Trudy the dog and a girl at the library