Here We are at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden’s Gardenfest of Lights. It’s the second time I’ve been. Great fun. It’s when they put lights all over the place outside. But you have to go through the Visitor’s Center to get there.
I met all kinds of people and made fans. (People really like Scotties let me tell you.)
So I met this little girl and her Mom. (You know, I didn’t get their permission to use this photo and I usually don’t show faces here at The Scottie Chronicles, so I asked Her to edit her pretty face. Sorry, but I feel better doing that.) I liked this little girl. I usually don’t like small two-legged things, but she was cool.
Hey…see that table in the background? That’s where I got my red bandanna that I mentioned earlier this week. I swanneeeeee…. I went nuts at this table. People from Petco were there and this lady REMEMBERED seeing me way before Christmas. Can you believe that? We were only in the store for a short time and she remembered me! Anyway, they gave away little thingeys filled with stuff and that’s where I got my bandanna. AND there was a travel water bowl in it. We’re excited to have that. Very handy. Thank you Petco. AND they were giving away food. You know me and food.
I kind of embarrassed my peeps. It was like I had never had a treat before. I don’t know what came over me. I guess I just love to visit places where they let us canine citizens enjoy things like people. It makes me crazy.
Woooo it was fun. They had glass sculptures made by this man named Frabel. Very, very neat.
A good time was had by all.
And that’s my bandanna story.
What You Learned Today:
- It’s so nice when businesses let dogs enjoy things with their peeps.
- I can’t say this enough.
- Thank you Petco.
- Thank you Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. (They have all kinds of Fido Nights. You should check it out if ever you’re in my town. Come to think of it, stop on by when you’re here. We’d love to see you.)