Her eyes sparkled when I asked her if she would like Chester to put his big ole paws on her cushiony tray. Chester gently placed his paws up on top, and then kissed her petite frail fingers. Lynnie's eyes boogied :-).
That wasn't even the best part though. When it was time to leave, Chester was giving high-fives to a few friends gathered around Lynnie's chair. The students were overjoyed connecting with Chester's paw in high-five fashion.
I asked Chester to give Lynnie a high five, sort of like a wave, knowing she could not reach her frail tiny hand to Chester's paw. But, rather than go HIGH, Chester went low, gently touching his paw to her leg.
I was amazed. Amazed.... and thinking surely this was an accident, surely he meant to go HIGH ~ obviously the poor pup was just plain pooped.
Again, I asked Chester to high five Kate and John. He did, waving his furry paw HIGH.
And just to double check, again, I asked him to high five Lynnie. Reaching low, he touched his paw gently to her leg.
Lynnie's eyes were Dance Dance Dancing...
I pray I never stop being amazed.