Meet Dr. Joy Trendelman
Hi Trinity Fam,
My name is Mama and I’m making my debut because this blog post is all about my mom! Who better to tell you all about her than me? I live with her!
Dr. Joy Trendelman, my human, who is affectionately called Jo Murray and Jo Bob Sue by her family, knew at a young age that she wanted to be a veterinarian. Lucky me! Her dream began when her family adopted a puppy from a shelter in Indiana where she grew up. They named her Jasmine. (Fun Fact: The name “Jasmine” was an acronym of all of her family’s first initials!) Dr. T grew up with Jasmine, 4 lively brothers and boasts that her parents were and are phenomenal cooks. She still loves it to this day when the family is gathered together enjoying a meal and making memories. This is my favorite too!
But Jasmine? Oh, this pup stole her heart (until I came along, honestly). So the journey began as her love and passion grew for animals. Of course today, her absolute favorite furry is me, her 14 year old rescue mutt, Mama. Who came up with the word “mutt” anyhow? #Rude. I love to adventure with my human but I also love cuddling on the couch and binge watching Friends from College on Netflix!
As an avid adventure lover my human’s favorite travel spot thus far has been to Cuba where she and her friends chartered a Catamaran and sailed themselves from Cienfuegos to the Cayos Islands. Now I know you’re wondering..did I get to go? No, and I’m still salty about it. But PSA: If you plan on scuba diving off the coast of Cayo Largo, be prepared for beauty + sharks and barracuda! So please leave all the furry animals at home.
Speaking of islands, if Dr. T was stranded on one and could only bring 3 things, she would bring a volleyball, baseball cap, and a water filter. Cough-cough. She forgot something. What would you bring? Answer that very, very carefully.
One final interesting fact about my human is that she’s ambidextrous. Don’t believe me? It’s true. She eats and writes left handed but plays sports and performs dentistry and surgery right handed. Crazy, I know. She’s just amazing in my eyes. Anyone else out there ambidextrous and amazing too?
I really hope you enjoyed learning some fun info about my loving human and your doctor, Dr. Joy Trendelman. Next time you have an appointment with her, feel free to strike up a conversation about what you learned and don’t forget to ask about me!
Wags and kisses,