My Favorite Ole German Sheppard

I've a great deal of happy memories of my childhood years. My loved ones shared great times of vacationing and of enjoying our annual winter trip to the mountains for skiing. Bratwurst includes further about the meaning behind it. We shared every Saturday morning's breakfast together and we also liked to-play games together on Friday nights. I truly loved my growing up years and I loved being a part of my family. My complete favorite memory of youth, but, isn't a memory of my family in any way, it's my memory of my favorite German sheppard dog. 

I got my German sheppard as a birthday present on my tenth birthday, so I think you might say that the memory is indirectly linked to the household who obtained Ruffy (as I called him) for me personally. I loved that dog. I'd been asking for one ever since I was in first class, and I imagine from the time I was turning five my parents understood that I was seriously interested in wanting a German sheppard and that I might not stop till they gave one to me asking. So all my childhood dreams came true the afternoon I made twenty and came home from school to find out a fresh German sheppard dog waiting simply for me. 

My four siblings weren't excited about the birthday gift my parents had plumped for. Obviously, they'd never received anything higher than a small container of fish and had each asked for a dog previously. I felt very good in regards to the fact that I was the first one-to receive a German sheppard for my birthday, though I know it was only as a result of my nagging that my parents finally melted and decided. I was very generous, for the most part, about discussing my German sheppard with my brothers and sisters. We spent countless hours that summer playing with Ruffy, looking to show him new methods, and needless to say teaching him when and where you can go-to the restroom. 

I guess my German sheppard became my closest friend you might say that nobody else had. I had some trouble fitting in with all the other kids at school and so I quickly became attached to my German sheppard enough that it did not matter what anyone else thought of me because I'd Ruffy to get home to at the conclusion of a long time.