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Hi, friends! It’s time for another Memory Monday.

2012

When I first moved into my home, I had a very tough time falling asleep and staying asleep. That happens after you’ve been living on the street.

Every night, I would get in bed and then lay down. Stand up. Do 87 million circles. Lay down. Stand up. REPEAT REPEAT REPEAT. I didn’t like sleeping. You could tell it scared me and I wouldn’t fall asleep until exhaustion left me no choice.

Often, I slept on the floor with my back up against the wall. Another sign that my time on the street effected my sleep.

I was also a thumb sucker/chewer. It was very soothing for me to put Mom or Dad’s thumb in my mouth and gnaw on it where I’m missing a molar. When I would do that, it would put me to sleep.

I dug into Mom’s video treasure chest and found this gem of me when I first moved in. I had VERY long hair! (There’s a surprise guest at the end of the video too 😀 )

I’m sure glad I found my Mom and Dad. It’s nice being able to sleep knowing I’m safe now.

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About noodle4president

I was a discarded, lost little stray without a house or a family...until my mom found me. Now, I am the happiest, most loved dog in the whole world!

19 responses »

  1. Princess Leah says:

    Gosh Noodles you must haf been exhausted but the time you finished your 87mil circles!
    I is soooo glad you haf the most wonderful home to lives in now, just pawfect
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  2. Oh Noodle, you sweet, sweet guy. We’re also glad you found your mom and dad.
    Wally & Sammy

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  3. Cupcake says:

    Gah! You woke your sister, just in time for you to settle in! So cute.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

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  4. fredrieka says:

    oh it is difficult dealing with change, new smells and sounds woof

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  5. colinandray says:

    Hi Noodle Buddy. I know it’s very difficult to break those street survival skills. If anybody wakes me up, I still go straight into attack/defence mode. I guess it is going to take some time! Woof! Ray.

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  6. Will and Eko says:

    87 million circles makes me dizzy. Glad to know a pup can sleep easy these days.

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  7. Oh Noodle, you look like Goldilocks, “this spot is too hard, this spot is too soft, but this spot is just right.” So glad you found your mom and dad; they are taking such good care of you. ❤

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  8. Nylabluesmum says:

    Mee-you Noodle mee not know you were on thee meen streets befur Lady Samantha an yur Pappaw!!!!! You looked like a kat on a hot tin roof…mee iss sorry you were so traumatized an so am so glad yur safe an secure now!! An now wee are BFF’S….
    mee luvss a ‘happy endin’ don’t you????
    ***nose bumpss*** Siddhartha Henry xXxXx

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    • Oh yes! It was so very terrible. Did you read my story? At the top of my blog you can click “about Noodle” and read the whole tale. My hair was so long, you could braid it! I DO love happy endings. Especially when it’s you as BFF! Tickley *ear licks*

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      • Nylabluesmum says:

        Mee must go reed yur story!!!
        Sorry mee iss so far behind…LadyMum has been werkin so hard on mee post fur Fursday shee ha fallen behind….
        See you tomoorw on mee bloggie!!!!
        ***Hi-5’SS*** Siddhartha Henry yur BFF =^,.^=

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  9. Noodle, honey, you have come a long way from that scared puppy. You are really cute with all the hair, but I could see you were itching. Your Mom is so smart to keep your hair cut short. Thank you for sharing this memory video with me, uh, I mean us. *wiggles* 3

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    • I had a Mohawk down my spine! It wasn’t even long everywhere BOL! Basically my memories are shared for you. If others read, that’s just a bonus 😉 *ear licks* Love, Mollusks. What the heck?! No autocorrect, I wrote Noodle!

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