It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and let some music take you away.
I watched the movie “August Rush” on Netflix recently and it moved me to tears. This movie is about a little boy who lives in an orphanage and he runs away to look for his parents. His parents are musicians and he is a music prodigy. Aside of the fact that the plot of the movie is incredibly heartwarming, the music they play throughout is beautiful! I found myself crying and filled with goosebumps at times. Music has a way of doing that doesn’t it?
Today when I was walking down the hallway toward the apartment I could hear Cino’s collar tags jingling around, her pawing at the door, and her meowing. It made me smile! I felt like she knew it was me and I was coming home. In fact it gave me such a happy feeling I started walking faster and I started talking to her at the other side of the door as I was working the key in the lock. I was as excited to see her as she was to see me! After all, I get to see this cute face. 🙂
In November of 2016 I wrote a post about someone who was concerned about the dog next door being left outside and was asking my advice. I want to share that post again because it is a topic that deserves thought & discussion.
Where I am it has been brutally cold. We have had below zero temperatures lasting more than a week in a row. I think about any poor animals that might be out in this weather without shelter. Whether it be because of a bad pet parent (hate the word “owner”), they are lost, or that they are a stray, having to endure these temperatures must be brutal. I’m sure it even causes some animals to lose their life. 😦
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