Skippy and Sandy were two dogs who knew each other from way back when on a farm when they were puppies. The two were from different litters but became fast and life long friends. Sandy asks Skippy, "How is your mother? I miss her!" Skippy replies, "We were adopted together by a loving family who has a lot of kids! Nine to be exact, seven girls and two stinky boys. We now live in Kensington in a big house. How is your adoptive family Sandy?" Sandy says, "Living the life! We have our on house on Great Hill lake and my family is not quite so big as yours but has two children, boys! There is also a nasty feline involved, but she is not important. In the morning is the best time, I get to chase the frogs around before hopping on the boat to go fgishing with my human father. For lunch, we stop at the big rock where we meet all kinds of humans who like to hang out and jump off. I have a good time!" Skippy replies, "When I am not hiding from all the little ones, I like to go for runs and chase cats and squirrels out of my yard. Sometimes I get to chase after the occasional bunny. Then I try to make my plans around dinner time, because when the little humans eat, I get all kinds of food. Then sometimes I get to go for a ride with the girls in the big truck. We then go to the best place in the world- Walnut Park. The kids like to throw tennis balls and see how fast I can catch them. Then we end the night by jumping on the bed and curling up next to one of the humans." The dogs exchange a little more information before heading off with their humans. Until next time!