|Sweet Little "Pi"|
going along in my
own world, loving
my life as it was,
training my almost
2-year old herding
puppy, when a little
elderly dog named
Pi appeared in my
Who could resist those pleading
black eyes. Here was my
argument with myself......
She needs a home, but, but, but
I stammered, "She's old. The vet thinks she could be over 10." She'll become a
bright love in my life and then she'll die, just like my Cody was stripped away from
me a year ago. I don't need another empty hole in my heart. But alas, the argument was
useless as she had already wiggled her way into my love circle.
"I'll get you, my pretty, you and your little dog, too."
My son thinks she looks like Toto. Ha
Life is pretty amazing, isn't it? Each day something magical and illustrious happens.
When the garden paths are frozen over with ice and snow flakes swirl, the indoor
attention-grabbing chores can be attended to. I don't need the prodding of a Mercury
retrograde to finish the mittens I started knitting last winter or to finally finish the new kitchen
curtains. Ummm, it's also time to think about summer gardens and get the seeds started
indoors. I'll never plant pumpkins again. They are space thieves.
I've also been eating my way through many flats of microgreens that are grown in
doors. See, I can have dirty finger nails all year round. And books...... oh my goodness,
I have so many books waiting to be read. Here's one I'm reading that someone might
also find interesting..... "Nutrient Power,........Heal Your Biochemistry and Heal
Your Brain" by William J. Walsh. This is one of my favorite subjects as I'm seeking
ways I can bring my invalid daughter to live with me. Not a popular subject to very
5 weeks since I last posted. Tempus really does fugit, what say?