Marsha Drenth marsha.drenth at gmail.com
Fri Jul 18 14:03:42 UTC 2014

A Leaha,
What a great story! Boy that must've felt good, as everything was supposed to be in that place at that time. Good for you!

Marsha drenth  
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> On Jul 16, 2014, at 2:29 PM, Aleeha Dudley via nagdu <nagdu at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hello All,
>     I just thought I would share this story.
>     I have been having some trouble with a dog that is off leash and
> likes to come running across the street at one point in my route.
> There has not been much I could do about it, until today. I was
> walking along, and heard the owner of the dog yelling at it to come
> back. As I approached the crosswalk, here comes good old Fido, running
> like his tail's on fire. I didn't know what was about to happen, so
> braced myself for anything. The guy came walking, none too swiftly,
> over to me and my dog. He picked up his dog and said the obligatory
> "Sorry." I none too gently informed him that his dog was interfering
> with the work of a Seeing Eye dog and that there were leash nlaws in
> this city. As I moved away, I heard a voice from an idling car say
> "Are you all right?" I proceeded to express a little of my
> frustrations, as my dog was acting up and not wanting to walk
> anywhere. The person said "I know, I saw the whole thing. I am a
> police officer."
>     It took all I had not to grin as I walked across that street.
> Finally, justice will be served. I heard the officer get out of his
> car as I walked away, so I'm sure the guy got a good talking to.
> Just thought I'd share...
> Aleeha and the happy Dallas
> -- 
> Aleeha Dudley and Seeing Eye Yellow Labrador Dallas
> Vice President, Ohio Association of Blind Students
> Email: blindcowgirl1993 at gmail.com
> Follow me on Twitter at @blindcowgirl199
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> - Arabian Proverb
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