Professor Windsor’s Class = In Session

9 10 2010
 

Christy & Windsor ~ The service dog and teaching team

 

Dear Mom,

     A few weeks ago, I approached you and asked if I could write something for the blog.  I wanted to share my expertise and write a service dog page ALL by MYSELF!  Mom, although I caught you sneaking a peak a few times, and I threatened to change the adminstrator password so you couldn’t see my writing until I finished, thanks for waiting to do the full “teacher check,” the proofreading til I finished.  I think I did a GRRRRRREAT job!  Now I see why you like teaching so much!  I think we make a great teaching team too!

Love, your humble and adorable ~ Professor Windsor

 

Dear Professor Windsor,

     WOW!  You definitely reveal how you are quite the service dog expert on your new “I Am A Service Dog” page on the blog.  I’m quite impressed with the amount of information you shared.  It’s quite thorough and I believe it will help educate others, as you wanted to do.  There were only a few grammatical tweaks for me to make here and there! I’m very proud of you and how we are continuing to learn and grow together!

Love, your caring Mom

P.S.  To everyone, here is a peek at “Going Into Public As A Service Dog Team,” one of the videos on “I Am A Service Dog,” the new informative blog page about service dogs written by Professor Windsor, A.K.A. Sir Windsor B. Derby.

If you’d like to learn more from Professor Windsor, click on “I Am A Service Dog” at the top of the page or on the following link.  https://hopeforchristy.com/im-a-service-dog/

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A New Friend Arrives: Our Mobility Harness

4 10 2010

This Thursday is a big day for Windsor and me.  We officially start our formal mobility harness training.  For the past couple of weeks, we were instructed to “get the feel of it.”  Below is one of our “get the feel” of it sessions, mistakes and all.  In the beginning of the video I teach since it’s still in my blood!  P.S.  If the words are too fast, just click on the play/pause button to pause the video for a moment.