Goodbye and Thank you 2013
Thank you for the good and the bad experience’s that you brought.
2013 hasn’t been to bad, Im grateful for my two beautiful pups that have been by my side through it all. I’ve learned who my real friends are after going through a scary time in my life. After my surgery I had a lot of time to self reflect and see things in a different light. I don’t like asking for help, but when your in pain and you have a dog(s) to take care of it’s challenging. Im thankful for the people who helped me out and thankful for the people who turned their backs. ( I pray that those people will never have to experience a hardship. )
So now I weeded the negative and focus on the positive things. I have been working on many things in 2013, and want to follow them into 2014. Exercising after work with my pups had helped out with so much of life’s stress. Now I feel so much better getting out and enjoying life with my two dogs. I used to spend hours wasting time in front of the TV and on social media sites.I rather talk to people on the phone or get together in person and it’s so much nicer. Texting is another thing I have been trying to avoid. It’s nice for a quick message, but not for conversations. That’s just my thoughts on that …
Peanut came into my life with love and affection in November of 2012.
Buddha was born in June of 2013 and is Peanut’s brother.
Having Two Boston Terriers has enriched my life 100 times more. Peanut and Buddha love taking hikes, going to dog meet up’s, outdoor photo excursions , trips to the beach, and visiting our friends. Now its time to take action and not just say I will, but do so 🙂
We are looking forward to our next move in 2014. I’m hoping to meet more great people on our adventures outdoors and indoors.
Wishing you all health, happiness, and joy!
“Words can be twisted into any shape. Promises can be made to lull the heart and seduce the soul. In the final analysis, words mean nothing. They are labels we give things in an effort to wrap our puny little brains around their underlying natures, when ninety-nine percent of the time the totality of the reality is an entirely different beast. The wisest man is the silent one. Examine his actions. Judge him by them.
Karen Marie Moning