It has been way too long. I miss blogging and must get back to it daily. I love it but also it really gives me great ideas for storytelling tales and also helps me to keep writing. I love writing.
Two of my friends are getting new guide dogs very soon.
One guide dog died last year and the other one is retiring after many years of faithful service.
So, today, I am grateful for all of my guide dogs.
Getting a new guide dog is such an emotional rollercoaster.
There is of course excitement. That feeling of christmas day.
But sadness as you miss the old partnerships.
On dog day, (yes we call it dog day) I always remember all previous guides.
It is like they are all there with me.
So there is a sadness. An anxiety, will this work out?
So many emotions.
My current guide dog (guide dog number 4) is laying here by my feet in the sun, snoring peacefully.
I have grown to love her snoring although at first I thought I would never get used to it.
I hug her and thank her for all she does.