Reflections And TV

This is Sheriff Peanut Butter Brickle.  Some days you wake up and think, wow.  I should be on TV.  I am that handsome.  And some days you wake up and realize that you will be on TV.  And maybe, just maybe, it is too much for the public to see.  I know I will be fielding questions of…are you really that handsome in person? So let me be pawactive and answer…yes.

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Today, the persons, Deputy Digby and I are headed to the NBC studios in this Tampa, Florida place.  Yes, we filmed there before we went on our Adventure Of A Lifetime.  And yes, I am still answering fan mail.

But, now, we are going back on the show to talk about our trip, our rescue visits and me.  Yes. Me.  It is time for reflections.  And to look at my reflection.

Through the mirror of my mind
Time after time
I see reflections of you and me

You see, before we left on this trip in May of 2016, it seemed impossible.  Sure, we were being positive.  But traveling to 48 states and 48 rescues was a big task.  Almost as big as Deputy Digby’s appetite for pancakes.  Almost.

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And now, we have to go on TV and talk about it all.  And some of it seems like a blur.  Was that really us?  Did we really do that?  We don’t want to talk about ourselves though, because the truth is, the people out there who are doing the real work for animals are the ones we visited.  We just drove there and talked to them.  A lot. Like the ones in Santa Rosa, California…our last visit of the trip.

Reflecting on the past is not such a bad thing when it is full of happy memories.  And even the ones that were kind of hard memories, like meeting all the furkids in the shelters, breaking down, and getting frostbite are worth remembering.  Because it will set our course for the future.

This is all my eloquent way of saying also that I hope you aren’t pawstruck by my handsome when it airs on TV Thursday.  I also hope that the persons can keep Deputy Digby from peeing on the camera.  I also hope that we don’t freak out slipping on the tile floors and have a meltdown, that the persons don’t say crazy things, and that we don’t forget our own names.  I mean, what could go wrong on TV with us?  I guess we will have to wait and see.  And perhaps reflect on the upcoming mishaps.  Later.

Through the mirror of my mind
Time after time
I see reflections of you and me

Life is made up of days and minutes and seconds.  One minute we were traveling the country with a goal in mind of showing you the great people of the country doing great things for animals.  The next minute, we were done with that trip, 24,000 miles, a wore out RV and an even more wore out car.  How fast time can fly.

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How we choose to spend our time is up to each one of us.  But never think for a moment that time won’t slip away.  By tonight, even taping our TV appearance will be a memory and it is up to us to make new ones, learn from the past and reflect on it.  But don’t stare at my reflection too long.  TV’s can’t handle it, the world can’t handle it.  And that my friends you can believe “as seen on TV.”  You will also believe when Deputy Digby either pees on the camera or on the couch.  This. Will. Happen.  Let’s do this.

-Sheriff Peanut Butter Brickle

Don’t worry if you don’t get Daytime NBC in your location! We will be reposting the segment in its entirety at the end of the week.  Stay tuned!

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2 thoughts on “Reflections And TV

  1. Jacqueline

    I can’t wait to watch it!!! So proud of you all, Family!!!! Love you so, “DON’T BREAK A LEG OR PEE ON A COUCH!!!” xoxoxo ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤

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