Those who follow my blog know, 2019 didn’t start off too well. We lost our Westie, McKenzie, the day before my birthday. Trying to make the most of my birthday, we had dinner reservations with my daughter and son-in-law, immediately before picking them up, I hurt my back and could barely walk, it took several weeks before I felt better.
The loss of McKenzie was so painful, I just could not get past losing her. I honestly thought I did not want anymore dogs. It was me who kept saying, after she is gone, I’m not ready to take care of another dog. Words, just words! As the weeks passed, the loneliness Brian and I felt in our home didn’t seem to subside.
Continue reading “who needed whom . . .”
“When you adopt a dog, you have a lot of very good days and one very bad day.”
~ W. Bruce Cameron
I’ve written before about our Westie, McKenzie. She came to us in 2005 the year after we lost my Mom and we lost our Akita, Teddy. It was me who said I didn’t want another dog after we lost Teddy, but the house seemed so lonely, no one to greet me when I arrived home from work. A person I worked with owned a Westie (West Highland White Terrier) and told me how wonderful the breed was. I located a breeder, she came to our home, and approved us as parents for her puppy. That is how McKenzie became a family member.
Continue reading “knowing . . .”
“In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.” ~ John Muir
Listen to the sound of the waves as they crash onto the beach.
Listen to the sound of the seagrass as it blows in the wind.
Listen to the sound of Mother Nature as She speaks directly to your soul.
The beach during the colder months has a certain ethereal quality to it. The desolate beach filled with nothing but the sound of the wind, the waves, utter and complete silence. Continue reading “Sounds for the Soul . . .”