I'm an "ANIMALHOLIC"! LOL, it's true! I have a HUGE love and sensitivity deep within my heart. They're all innocent, sweet babies who need love, food and pampering from my perspective. I have a special affinity with doggies; it's as though we know each other and I believe this is a gift. I cannot bear to think about animals being harmed in any way, or on any level, let alone see pictures (fictional or not) - it totally distresses and traumatizes me. I'm a vegetarian (no meat, fish or seafood) for psychological reasons, i.e. no way I would eat anything that had EYES OR A MOTHER (what can I say?). OMG, the thought of it makes me feel ill. I have no reservations about anyone else eating whatever btw; this is just my own personal thing.
I used to do some really crazy things, now - nothing. Point being, "that's what's wild"! When you get older, you start to wonder where all those fun and wild days went. Suddenly you remember, "your kids took over" :)
Always strive to be that great person your doggie thinks you are!
What Gives Me Hope
Innocence and love (puppies, doggies, babies, kids, manifesting your own life because you can!
If I were Mayor, I'd make the world a better place by
Start to fix things right here at home and i'm talking about basics: health, housing, the poor, the unemployed, the environment and naturally "all the innocent animals". Start in your own backyard!
What/who changed my life and why
at 18 I suffered my first and most devastating loss; my boyfriend was killed in a head-on collision. That just should not have happened. My world changed from that moment. A little piece of me perished with him that day. I don't know why, but that seemed to be my "defining moment". Since then, I've not ever really been able to make full sense of life or our actual purpose here.
Individual acts of kindness and generosity of spirit change the world. A single smile brings on another smile; a good morning invites another greeting. Thoughtfulness, consideration, and care enhance our well-being and that of others, too.
One of my favourite quotes is by Henry James:
“Three things in human life are important: one is to be kind, the second is to be kind, and the third is to be kind.”
When we are shown kindness, we feel we belong, we feel connected, we feel that we matter.