Saturday, March 24, 2012

Through the Eyes of a Dog.

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The deep darkness of the star filled night fades, succumbing to the approaching power of the light of day.  A cool breeze sneaks in through the slight opening of the window; the curtain provides a gentle wave. Sunlight burns the morning dew, the dark green grass glistens. A deep inhale followed with an extended exhale. Looking to the closed bedroom door, the little nose of my ever-loving Jack Russell wedged at the bottom, awaiting the sound of the turning handle, allowing her to spread the love.

Ever take notice that the dog doesn’t concern itself with what mood we are in. She just wants to toss some good morning kisses around, and get her belly rubbed. “Hi, how are ya, slobber, slobber, kiss, kiss.” Flop to her back, “rub my belly.” Now that I think about it, that is not a bad idea.

“A joyful life needs to have purpose”
--dog quote by trixie koontz, dog, Life is Good! Lessons injoyful living, edited by Dean Koontz 

"I think dogs are the most amazing creatures; they give unconditional love.  For me they are the role model for being alive."
--dog quote by Gilda Radner

"The great pleasure of a dog is that you may make a fool of yourself with him, and not only will he not scold you, but he will make a fool of himself, too.”
--dog quote by Samuel Butler, 1912

Sharing the love, delivering laughs, taking a moment to smile.

I had some not so good days recently, so why not write about being happy, eh?
Good visiting with ya today;^)
Author of From the Ashes
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