Monday, June 18, 2012

Guide Dog Helps Blind Man and Blind Dog.

"Guide Dog Helps Blind Man and Blind Dog."

As a freelance writer, I may say that there are all sort of people in this world, the ones who care, and the careless, who don't care for anything, but themselves. A generous and compassionate heart is a golden heart with a living God in it.
Teaching good life lessons will be stored in people's minds for a lifetime, as you go about touching hearts worldwide with your good teaching habits.
If you are a writer, why don't you tell an inspirational story with good deeds in the end, in order to touch hearts worldwide!!...
I have recently read this inspirational true story that has brought me into tears, and touched my heart so much that I would love to share it with you, dear readers.
In the English town of Suffolk, Graham who is a blind man, has two guide dogs -one that can see and one that can't.
After six years of loyal service, Graham's guide dog, Edward, developed cataracts and became blind. Both of his eyes were removed. Graham was devastated, so rather than give up on Edward -his loyal pet and former guide dog- when he lost his eye-sight, Graham got a new guide dog to help them both.
Opal, the replacement dog, not only helps her owner now to carry out everyday tasks, but also helps Edward to get around. While Edward is well-known in Schools and in the English Community of Suffolk, Opal is now developing her own reputation.
Graham, their owner, talks about their unique training and about the amazing way in which these special dogs help their people.
This is a true inspirational story about our loyal pet friends.
Thank you for reading My Monthly Newsletters!!
Poet Starry Dawn.



4 comments:

EM Illustrator said...

It IS amazing :) dogs are very smart animals aren't they.
HAve a lovely day !
Eva

Starry Dawn said...

Hi Eva,
Thank you for coming over and expressing your heartfelt thoughts!! Have a blessed day!!
Starry.

Chatty Crone said...

How sweet. sandie

Starry Dawn said...

Hi Sandie, pretty lady,
Oh!! Thank you, sweetheart!!
You honor me with your presence in my nature blog.
I hope you come more often, dear.
Warm Hugs,
Starry.