OLLIE: Yo, Pops! How's it going, man? It's been a while since you dropped me here at Camp Loveland so I thought I'd bring you up to speed.
OLLIE: It took some doing to settle in. It's a whole 'nother world here with 2+ walks a day and 24/7 companionship. My anxieties are getting better. She's got me wearing this "thundershirt" -- oh, dude. it's SO embarrassing -- some of the other dogs give me shit cause they think it's a sweater -- I have to tell them it's NOT a sweater, it's a thundershirt. Jeez.
OLLIE: She does take us lots of places. You know, mixes it up -- keeps it interesting. Gaiter was down last weekend and it was good to see him -- the guy hasn't aged a day. I'm still not a big fan of the whole "love-in / snugglefest" that is a big part of life down here, but I'm coming around to it-- you know, sort of.
But I will say one thing, no shortage of cozy places to snooze in this joint.
OLLIE: Of course, as you are probably waiting to hear-- yes, The Annoying One is still here. She is always trying to kiss me and get on the bed with me, but I make sure she knows who's boss.
OLLIE: Hey now, don't make me feel all guilty. SHE's the one who RUINED my life, if you recall.
DAISY: That is SO not true. Just because I am younger and adorable -- I can't HELP that.
OLLIE: Hey. This is my letter. Go write your own.
OLLIE: Truth is, Pops, I think we all still miss Henry. He was a class act and it's just not the same with him gone.
But hey-- didn't mean to get all woebegone on your ass.
OLLIE: Things are good. I'm doing great -- and that little sister of mine is getting less annoying by the day.
Sometimes? We even wrestle and play together. We're cool
Tell Sadie I said 'hi' and that I miss her, too. And you? Keep it real, dude. Peace out --