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I had soooo much fun in Salem, Mass yesterday and everyone loved my airplane stroller! I met so many new friends and saw lots of awesome costumes. If you have never been to Salem in October you are missing out! My website (FenwaysAdventures.com) will soon have a lot of cool pics from this Halloween adventure so don’t forget to check it out! **swipe for more pics!!**
GIVEAWAY!!! Wanna WIN this charming ghost hanging from my collar? (Get it, charming... charm... ) Anyway! All you have to do is: 1) tag a pet lover or fur friend from instagram in the comments under this post. Every friend tagged is an entry to win! 2) swipe to the 2nd photo on this post and pick which of the 3 charms you would like (Ghost, Candy corn, or pumpkin) and include that in your comment below, and 3) to win you must follow the IG page for @sweetprincegifts (a shop just starting up that will offer lots of CUSTOM gifts, including a unique variety of merchandise for pet lovers and pets!!). Easy peasy, just make sure you follow all 3 steps!
A winner will be selected at noon on Friday the 13th
Four years ago today my family was reminded that there are some pretty amazing and generous people in this world, which unfortunately can be easy to forgot at times. Basically, complete strangers helped my grandpa's dream of going to Fenway Park come true after my grandma died but in a way that was even more amazing than any of us could have imagined. He even got to say "Play Ball" before the game! You can find some of the story if you google "grandpas Fenway Dream" because it was covered by several news mediums. It really is a heartwarming story, and not just because it involves my grandpa but because of everyone that made it happen. During the game, Red Sox owner John Henry and his beautiful and generous wife Linda even took the time to visit our amazing seats so they could meet grandpa. The most beautiful part of this once in a lifetime trip is the transformation the family saw in grandpa once we arrived in Boston for the game. We knew he would be happy and excited, but we didn't expect to see him so much more animated, full of life, and even less forgetful. For the first time in a long time, we saw a sparkle in his eyes that we thought might be lost forever after grandma was so sick with stage 4 cancer and then passed away. We are forever grateful to everyone that made this dream a reality - @linda_pizzuti, @redsox, @erniebochjr, @ringcomm, @westinbostonwaterfront and many complete strangers that donated to the cause or otherwise helped make this dream come true. Their generosity was life changing for the whole family, and especially for grandpa who is still in Florida and doing good. P.S. - This is actually how Fenway got his start on social media, because we originally reached out for help using pages set up for him. Fenway was there every step of the way, as you can see in some of the photos. After the game, David Ortiz's son even asked if he could trade his dog for Fenway. In hindsight, I should have set up a puppy play date!!!
always, Fenway's mom