What do you ache for? What drives you? What are you passionate about?
Those the first few questions I think of when I meet someone. Small talk doesn’t interest me. I want to get below the surface and see who a person really is on the inside. I want to see the waves of their personality and feel the splash of their passion. I want to see the face that is speaking so passionate and unabridged the world disappears. I want to experience the realness. We live in a world today that is so focused on outward appearances that being authentic or different is frowned upon.
What I ache for is a difficult question, I ache to be understood. I ache for deep talks. I ache for something that I can’t even explain.. It’s more of a feeling, a late night talk that fuels the fire to your soul. The desire open myself up allowing the good and bad out. I want to let it dance to the music of my thoughts and have someone else understand and value it. I ache to see the beauty in everything ugly, to respect life and people. I want to live wholly and happily.
Life as we know it seems to always be changing. Throughout the last few months we have added a new addition to our chow chow family. Bear is another blonde chow chow like my Rhea (aka allergy dog). He just turned a year old 23/10/14. He is a doll.
Throughout the summer Rhea lost her best friend, Tess the bloodhound, from a hit & run with a truck. Since adding to our pack both dogs seem to be thriving. Bear was a city dog. He was kept inside only (weighing in at 44lbs) and had never had the opportunity to play out side or get dirty or even chase a bird. His whole demeanor has changed and he has blossomed. The the yang to Rhea’s yin.
I have started an all natural approach to Rhea’s immunotherapy using young living essential oils on her and myself. I have had great success using them personally and am continuing to further my education on aromatherapy for pets.
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