Thursday, June 21, 2012

Lucky Enough to Do What I Love

Sheldon as a spokes dog for Natural Balance
Thursday was another busy day. The cast and crew from the Who Let the Dogs Out TV show were in Salt Lake City for a number of TV appearances on morning news shows. I was helping tweet-out photos and behind-the-scenes stuff  to people following online, using certain hashtags on Twitter. 

Then, later in the day we opened up the Blog Paws conference with a little show with Tillman, Norman the Scooter Dog, and Rose and Sully too. I had Sheldon with me all day. He became an unofficial spokes dog for Natural Balance. He even got to sit in Tillman's fancy director's chair for a photo next to a giant stuffed plush Tillman.

Tillman skates at the Blog Paws conference
It was Tillman who was what the crowd at Blog Paws wanted to see, and as usual he did not disappoint. To this day whenever I see Tillman skate, it makes me smile and I applaud in sheer happiness. He sure is one incredible dog.

Luckily for me, as a long time blogger who writes about pets (among other topics), being at the Blog Paws conference is more than just work for me. It also happens to be something I am passionate about, so it comes easily to me. Over the past six years I've gotten to know lots of bloggers from around the United States, and world-wide too. And now that Sheldon is a micro-blogger with his own Twitter presence, it is fun to see how many bloggers now want to meet him before me, cool huh? But I definitely understand, after all, Sheldon is my best friend! I'm just grateful that I work in an industry with pets and that I am part of a company that always seems to have fun. Yep I am lucky enough to do what I love.

1 comment:

Desert Songbird said...

It's a good thing you're not envious of Sheldon's fame. ;-)


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