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Myles the French Bulldog



Myles the French Bulldog ©
(Ode to a Fabulous French Bulldog)
Gary Shulman, MS. Ed.
August 30, 2021

With the face of a sage
And the peaceful soul of a dove
Sweet Myles the French Bulldog
Brings all of us love
With his grunts and shrill songs
When things don’t quite go his way
We’re compelled to still adore him
Each and every single day
“Gimme a good scratch!”
He’d exclaim if he could
And scratch him we will
And scratch him we should
For sweet Myles the French Bulldog
Deserves it all we attest
For he brings us all pure love
That sweet Frenchie is the best!

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Ode to a sweet French Bulldog.

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Written on August 30, 2021

Submitted by shulman.gary on August 30, 2021

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Gary Shulman, MS. Ed.

Gary Shulman, MS. Ed. has spent a lifetime supporting vulnerable families and children. He began his career working with children with and without disabilities in an inclusive Head Start program in Brooklyn NY. He then transitioned to become the Special Needs and Early Childhood Coordinator for the Brooklyn Children's Museum for 10 years. His passion for advocacy grew as he worked more and more with parents of children with disabilities. For over 24 years he passionately advocated for the needs of these parents as the Social Services and Training Director for Resources for Children with Special Needs, Inc. in NYC. The last 8 years of his working life, Mr. Shulman served as a private Special Needs Consultant conducting hundreds of training sessions throughout NYC and beyond to help parents and professionals find and access the services and systems required to facilitate maximizing the potential of their children with disabilities. Now Mr. Shulman is happily retired in Palm Springs CA, but still volunteers his time any way he can to provide information to those in need of his expertise. Today, Gary enjoys sharing his poetry that he passionately writes with the goal of leaving this world a better place one word at a time. more…

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