I might look small…

Just because you are small doesn’t mean you can’t have a huge impact on others…  We lost our precious Wookie over the weekend to his long battle with kidney disease. He was an inspirational part of the Impression Engineers family for over 12 years.

This article is in memory of
Wookie: The Dog Who Thought He Was a Cat

We all know that our cats are more independent then the dogs in our lives, except for Wookie. He was all of 20 pounds, but he ruled this place. He was royalty and he knew it. You were here to serve him; if you didn’t in the manner or time he thought appropriate you would receive a hardy head butt to the shin. Too cute (and loud) to ignore…it’s just a little quiet around here now.

Just a few things we learned from our funny little mascot along the way…

  1. You will always see the back end of the “big dog” unless you are the first out the door.
  2. Show your enthusiasm. Never worry what others think. Live, play and eat with gusto.
  3. Be original. Spin around until you fall. Chase your tail for no reason at all.
  4. Take a chance. Enjoy the ride. Feel the wind whipping in your face.
  5. No matter your size never back down—if a growl won’t do, try a head-butt.
  6. Dig until you find what you are looking for. Never give up.
  7. Never missed an opportunity to take a nap…lift an eyelid on occasion just in case you might be missing some fun.
  8. Obey when you must, but keep scooting the edge.
  9. Tilt your head and look cute when you are wrong. Perfect the “I’m adorable” look, it will work every time.
  10. Love unconditionally. Cuddle up. Love your family and friends. Put your heart into the world.

We don’t always know where our life will take us. All we have is this moment. Enjoy the ride… wind in your face…Life is oh so, temporary. Share life’s pleasures and treasures. Practice joy. Appreciate. Love. Live Passionately. Breathe. Reflect. Just Be.

Have a great day in whatever your adventure,
To Success! To Life!

  1. Janene
  2. lola
  3. Rich
  4. Judy

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