Today Amy and I visited Bristol Grade School's second grade. They had been learning about how animals can be heroes in their human's lives, and Amy was invited to share our story. She spoke about Canine Companions, her Cerebral Palsy, and how I help her be more independent. They saw me retrieve my leash and her keys. She also showed them how I can "tug" the laundry basket full of lunches and told them how "tug" can also be used to help her open a door. Finally, Amy shared how I help around the house. She talked about how I help her get out of her couch, how I retrieve the phone and she demonstrated how I can speak on command when she needs to summon help. She ended our visit by letting the students ask her questions and she was very impressed by what they had learned and what they wanted to know. We appreciated how attentive they were and we hope to visit again someday!