Your favorite ambassador for the state of Rhode Island, Jessica David, has created her way of connecting with people and learning how they’ve been dealing with all that we’ve been going through. It’s called the Coronacast and is a series of short (like 3 minutes) video chats. Phil was honored to be her guinea pig, we mean first guest! 🙂
Well it’s been a little while since we’ve blogged, and a lot going on, needless to say. We’d moved into our place in Newport and had a great time opening for the month of December, and for the Newport Winter Festival in February. We met a lot of great new friends (human and furry!) and were loving the new neighborhood and neighbors! We were in the middle of renovating the place and had hoped to be open by now, but…well, you know.
We hope you are all staying safe and healthy and well during this, and we to be open soon!
In the meantime, please stay in touch with us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Still a lot going on there!
It’s Monday. Everyone needs a hug on Monday. And sure, you might have a friend or a relative or a spouse or a significant other that you could ask that gives decent hugs, but I don’t have to know how good that hug is to know that it’s no comparison to one from a friendly dog.
Your dog, if you have one, is of course preferable. But if you don’t have one, or if you happen to be in New York City and don’t mind “cheating” on your pup (oh they’ll find out!) then you should make it your mission to find Loubie.
This is Loubie. Short for Louboutina. We mentioned her on Bow Ties but wanted to again here. Loubie gives out free hugs in NYC!
Her usual spot is at 5thAve and 17thSt 2-3 times a week (Loubie’s got it right, that’s my kind of work week!) with her owner Cesar, giving out hugs to anyone that wants one.
There are a lot of great reasons to go to New York City, but a hug from Loubie just might be at the top of the list!