In a peaceful community in Mount Vernon, Washington, there lived a ninety-year-old Dutch woman named Sally. She welcomed Dave and Eddy when they moved next door to her house.
Dave and Eddy had a friendly and lovable St. Bernard named Brody. He was a fluffy and gentle giant. You’d fall in love at the sight of him.
He was free to go around and make friends with whoever he chose because there were no fences in this neighborhood.
He initiated a friendship with Sally. Their relationship started when Sally offered him a piece of bread. He didn’t like the dog treats that Sally tried to give him. He only craved for the bread.
They had daily moments of connection. Brody would visit Sally every day. He would take a peek at the window to see where she was, then waited patiently for Sally to let him in.
They would sit together to watch TV. He walked Sally to church. He stayed by Sally’s side when she tended her plants.
As Brody got older and bigger, their friendship grew stronger. Sally was always happy to have Brody’s company.
Eventually, Sally got older. She had a mild heart attack and consequently recovered, but she had to give up her home. She moved to a retirement facility because she couldn’t take care of herself anymore.
Brody was very miserable. He would still go to Sally’s house, but he could not understand that Sally was not there. He didn’t get his treats.
Brody’s mom and dad noticed his depressed state. They decided to take him on a three-mile drive to Sally’s new home. He was so happy to see and stay with Sally again.
It was like the old times. They’d sit together and stay that way for a time. That was how they enjoyed their happy friendship.
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