By Stacie Greene, PetSafe Supply Chain Specialist
Hey everybody, it’s me Cooper! I’m sure that most of you are getting a touch of spring fever, especially if you live up north. I don’t have spring fever yet, but I do have SNOW fever! Yep, I just made that up! Until a few weeks ago I had never seen or experienced snow. I can now say that I love snow!
It was just so much fun. My mom threw snow balls for me to chase. That was fun, but I could never catch them. It was crazy how they just kept disappearing on me. That didn’t stop me though. I ate snow, rolled in snow and ran really fast in snow. I had really hoped that it was going to taste like ice cream, it does kind of look like ice cream, but it didn’t taste like ice cream at all. It was still kind of yummy.
Our snow wasn’t very deep and only lasted about a half a day. I did see all of the snow that fell in the northeast on the news a week or so ago. I don’t want quite that much; it would be much deeper than I am tall! I was just a little jealous though. My first snow experience was love at first flake. I hope we get just a little more here before it gets warm. I so want to try and catch one of those snow balls that my mom throws.
Spring will be here soon enough, followed by the long hot summer of east Tennessee. I am looking forward to the days getting longer and more play time outside, like the rest of you. I would love to know what all of my readers are looking forward to and if you have any questions
for me. Please send as many questions as you like. I love hearing from readers and would love to dedicate a whole blog to answering all of your questions about me!
Stacie Greene is a Supply Chain Specialist for PetSafe, head quartered in Knoxville, TN. She works to manage part of a global supply chain to deliver the best possible products for our customers. She has a BS in Operations Management, and 14 years experience in procurement, supply chain management and strategic sourcing. Her Lhasa apso, Cooper, logs the same hours at the office as Stacie. She volunteers with the Most Pet Friendly Community initiative that has a mission of making Knoxville, Tennessee the most pet friendly community in America.