Friday, December 19, 2014

                     Happy Birthday Lucky!
                    Today she is 9 years old!

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Lucky books make great Christmas gifts for all ages! 
 (For more information, go to Buy Lucky Books at the top of this page.)
Lucky has some Christmas suggestions for us:

1. Stretch first thing in the morning!
2. Take time to play with the people you love.
3. Look forward to someone you love coming home.
4. Be a good listener with
 a friend.
5. Be curious about others and LIFE!
6. Respect everyone.
  And remember..... A laptop pet is more comforting than a laptop computer!

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Lucky Loves Memorial!
Lucky visited the 2nd and 3rd graders.
It was raining when we arrived so Lucky had to wear her raincoat! 
In our new Christmas book, Lucky goes out and about and finds this snowman. She wished she could play Keep Away with him. Lucky loves adventures! (But Good is another dog who is afraid to ever leave his dog bed.)
Lucky hopes this Santa will be OK!
By the end of our story, Lucky decides she'd  never want to be anyone but herself! She knows we love her even though she's not perfect! She put on her Santa hat to think about her next adventure and thought "Any day of the week, I'd rather be Lucky than Good!"

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Lucky visited Hamilton and Polk Elementary Schools!

This bright sign welcomed us!
We talked about how Lucky trusts hands. She believes none of us would ever use our hands to hurt her or others. We are all very fragile and break easily! We must be careful and take care of each other.
The students do a good job of practicing their Lucky Lips to help them be good listeners and be quiet when someone else is talking.
In our Christmas book, we met a dog named Good who is too afraid to ever leave his dog bed. Lucky, on the other hand, goes out and about in the world every chance she gets. LIFE is more interesting that way!
Lucky is always asking herself  "What would my teacher or parent say?" if someone dares her to do something. She knows she should "wait" and think first!
Mrs. Renn tries to get Lucky to eat her cheese! Lucky is so good at waiting and we can be too if we practice like Lucky!

Thank you for a wonderful week! We enjoyed seeing all of our friends in Lake Station!

Mrs. Starewicz and Lucky

Friday, December 5, 2014

Hello Bailey Elementary!
   Lucky and I were so excited to come and visit you yesterday. We hope you keep practicing your Lucky Look and Lucky Lips to help you pay attention and listen while others are talking. Your behavior was awesome during our programs!

       Always remember to be the best YOU you can be!

Mrs. Cox tries to get Lucky to eat her cheese on her nose and paws. But Lucky knows to only listen to her teacher and parent if someone dares her to do something.
In our story I'd Rather Be Lucky Than Good, we meet Good who is a dog who tries to be perfect. He never moves from his dog bed but we soon see that LIFE is about meeting new people and going new places like Lucky does.
Lucky can read the word "operation!"
Doesn't Lucky look like a teddy bear from the back?!
Lucky enjoys all of the "good hands" petting her. She believes no one would ever use their hands to hurt her or each other.
Thank you for a great day!
Enjoy more pictures of Lucky at the top of this page. Click on Lucky Pictures!

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Thank you to Mrs. Turley and Mrs. Zager for another great afternoon at Liberty!

   In our new Christmas book, we meet Good who never leaves his dog bed for fear he'll do something wrong.  Even though Lucky isn't perfect, we love her just the way she is. She loves learning and meeting new people, and every day she tries to be the best dog she can be. That's a good lesson for all of us!
Mrs. Dorin and Mrs. Spinks enjoyed Lucky's message! 
Mrs. Reno and Mrs. Klaich have their students practice the Lucky Look!
Lucky is getting ready for another birthday on December 19! It's hard to believe she will be 9 years old. She's been doing programs since she was 2 years old.

Monday, December 1, 2014

Lucky visits Liberty 2nd Graders!
       We read I'd Rather Be Lucky Than Good ,and the students took home discussion questions and Lucky book information.         Most of us decided we'd rather be like Lucky who loves going places, meeting new people and adventure! Even if we're a little nervous at first, some risks are worth taking to have new experiences.
     We learned it's also important to always ask ourselves "What would my teacher or parent say?" if someone dares us to try something that could be dangerous. That's what Lucky does to stay out of trouble.
Mrs. Palichuk liked the new Lucky Christmas book!
Mrs. Bunda was happy with her students' behavior!