Aby-a-Day – 2 November: A Red Sox Therapy Visit (Fashion Friday Flashback)

On Sunday, the Boston Red Sox won their fourth World Series in fourteen years, which is incredibly awesome. Even more awesome, I was able to watch them every step of the way, because just this year, Swedish television started showing MLB games. I mean, I have been here for over two years, but when I saw they were (finally) showing baseball, I was so happy.

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It also reminded me of when they won five years ago. About a week before they won, at the beginning of the series against the Cardinals, Jacoby and I went on a therapy visit to the Fuller Center in full Red Sox regalia.

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We rocked it – I even found some real baseball pants to go with my jersey.

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Jake was so good about wearing his Red Sox hat.

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He actually wore it for most of the visit. He’s such a good boy.

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I actually miss going on therapy visits, with Jake or with anyone else (Lorelai and Izaak, I think, would also be great therapy cats), but there doesn’t seem to be anything like that in Sweden. Too bad, too…because Skaraborg’s Sjukhuset is really close to where we live and super easy to get to by bus

4 thoughts on “Aby-a-Day – 2 November: A Red Sox Therapy Visit (Fashion Friday Flashback)

  1. What a fun visit – I bet everyone really enjoyed it! I just want to say, if there is nothing like therapy visits for cats in Sweden… maybe somebody needs to start something! (hint, hint)

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    1. Of course, Jake is so cranky lately I would need to train Freddy, Rory or Zak. However, I did find this: https://www.anicuragroup.com/community-engagement/the-scandinavian-healthcare-and-therapy-dog-association/

      So there are therapy DOGS at least in Sweden. I think I may email them, although it seems that their “therapy dogs” are more like what we call “service dogs.”

      AniCura is the same hospital chain that I took Logan and Jake to. So that’s interesting…

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