There he is. Isn’t he beautiful?
and he really is – so much more than looks. He has a sweet, loving nature and he really wants to please. Definitively a Velcro dog. The people who are adopting him are getting a real gem. And he’s young – about 9 months old is the vet’s estimate. I’d guess that’s about right because he’s still a bit small and light. Skinny even. But he’s so smart and so eager to learn.
Yup. Mike is not going to have an easy time saying good-bye to this gorgeous boy.
So – the drive down today. Oh the stress of trying to find the right intermittent speed on the windshield wiper. Other than that, I just took my time, catching quick little naps along the way at rest stops. And interrupting myself with coughing fits. I am going to be so happy to be rid of this crud. And it really is cruddy. I had another fast nap when I got here but my head still feels dull and stuffy.
I feel desperate to get my energy back and to get out and work my body.
Remebering to be kind to myself and easy on my self. And I do feel pretty darn blessed. I asked for ease on the drive down and I got just that. Huge gratitude.