The comfort dogs that they brought in to help ease the pain of children who survived the Sandy Hook tragedy last week brought tears to my eyes. As some of you may know, we here in the New York Studio are "dog people" and understand how the unconditional love of a dog can make all the difference. From our dear "Ellie" in our New York studio, to hanging out with "Darwin" a magnificent Great Dane in our Singapore studio (owned by talented designers Brook and Jason), there is great "dog energy" that abounds at WATG and Wimberly Interiors. Our thoughts and prayers are with all the families affected by the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, and to reflect on these special moments and gifts of innocence that dogs can provide.
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