Tuesday, 5 August 2014

Moving on.

Life really does go on, whether I want it to or not, and it's good that it's not up to me! Woofs and Walks seems to be my sanity! Thank God for pointing me in this direction, and for the support of Michael, and other family and friends (you know who you are!) Making contact with canine friends connects something deep inside, and lifts me to where I'm surely meant to be. On the other hand (why does there always have to be one!?) responsibility could get the better of me if I allow it to! Thank you to my Canine friends who have come to stay, so far... Ryder Gracie and Butler Ted Teddy and finally, Sam, who I only knew for a while, but was so privilaged to care for.

It is Truly Meet (English)

Friday, 18 April 2014

when virtual life is all I have

Not being able to attend Holy week services has been not what I expected from life, as bus driving is now out of my life. A viral infection has stopped me. Waiting in the silence between bouts of coughing has been a continuation of the silence of depression and it's doing great healing on a deeper level. Of this I am sure. Or maybe it's the calm before the storm of Woofs and Walks, the new path I have chosen. Although, it feels more like it has chosen me! Thank you to all who have supported during this time of change, especially dear Michael and his Mum, Shirley Carolyn. And to my friends. Your words and wisdom have helped me, broken me and remade me to shape me for this new venture. I also must thank Dunlop and Heidi, without who's trust and love I couldn't do Woofs and Walks. May we meet on every walk I take a dog on, and with every woof that is heard in the house. I love you. Blessed Pascha everyone. Christ IS Risen!