I hated Fenton in high school: there was “nothing to do,” no diversity and I couldn’t wait to get the heck out of there! With that said, however, I always enjoy my time in Fenton now.
I think this has something to do with the people. A lot of my close friends live in the area, including Donna. No matter what kind of mood I’m in or what stresses the week threw my way, I can count on her for a good time and great conversation! Plus there’s so much to do in downtown Fenton now, it’s unreal. Of course it became fun once I left…
Even my pup loves it!
In all honesty, I appreciate Fenton more than ever now. I have made amazing friendships there, and visiting always feels like home.
I LOVE to travel; however, my dog is making me more of a homebody these days (or at least if I’m not home, I actually WANT to be home…)!
My dog, Linley, is truly my best friend. I adopted him from Compass Dog Rescue in September and both of our lives have been enhanced ever since! He’s originally from Texas, but someone from the Detroit area rescued him before the hurricane in Houston.
Linley’s bio on PetFinder read something like this:
- Age 2-5 (likely 3)
- Hates to be alone
- Very social animal (loves other dogs, but does not like cats)
- Playful but not destructive
- Goes with the flow (if you’re relaxing, he is, too)!
So as you can probably tell already, Linley was MY dog from the beginning 🙂
Happy National Pet Day, everyone! Don’t forget to do something extra special for your furry friend today!