In these days of self-isolation, for many of us our pets are our sole companions. If it hadn’t been for her children, who obviously know and love their mother, Sandi might not have had the pleasure of meeting Lucy. Moral of the story? Listen to your kids!
1. What is your name and how long have you been playing Solitaire TriPeaks?
Sandi, and I’ve been playing for almost 3 years.
2. What is the name of your pet?
3. What breed or type is Lucy?
4. How did your Lucy come into your life?
I always wanted a golden doodle and I searched for about a year before I found this lovely local home breeder. She help me pick her out.
5. What’s the cutest thing Lucy does?
She sleeps on a pillow, and has to be touching me before she will settle down to go to sleep.
6. What’s the one thing you wish Lucy would stop doing?
Jumping on me when I come home from work.
7. How does Lucy encourage you to keep playing TriPeaks?
She loves that I will pet her the whole time I am playing.
8. What’s the funniest story you have about something Lucy did?
Fought for the front passenger seat with my daughter when I picked her up from the airport. She wouldn’t get off her lap and go in the back seat. My daughter ended up getting in the backseat of the car.
9. Are you in a Club? If so, do they all know about Lucy?
Island Hoppers and Absolutely! We are a big happy family!
10. Do you have any final words you’d like to share regarding your pet?
I had a cat for 19 years, And when she passed away we were heartbroken. About two years later, my kids were getting ready to go off to college, and they insisted I get a pet as they knew I would be quite lonely. I never expected to be so bonded with a dog as I am with my sweet Lucy. We walk throughout the neighborhood and everybody knows her. Because of her, I’ve made more friends in my neighborhood than I have ever the neighborhood and everybody knows her.