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Just A Small Poem, With A Whole Lot Of Meaning

Pain, sadness, fear, and joy
Experienced by them, the same as you
There is no reason for research & debates
Animals ARE Feeling Beings Too

©AAFBT/Animals Are Feeling Beings Too

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Sunday Pause (Paws): Happily Ever After

It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and find our “Happily Ever After.”

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I was watching the tv show “Once Upon A Time” a few days ago. It was the finale of the show and it ended by all of the storybook characters getting their happily ever after.

There was one scene of a character who died being reunited with his life long love and even though he died, this was still his happily ever after. This scene made me cry. There were a lot of things going through my mind; my sister’s death (which happened unexpectedly last year), the recent school shootings, Continue reading

Sunday Pause (Paws): Happy Mother’s Day

It’s Sunday! Time to kick back, relax, and thank moms for all that they do!

Being a mom doesn’t just mean a woman caring for her offspring. A mom is one who cares for another life.

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You feed them when they’re hungry
Make sure they always have water in their dish
That they have lots of toys to play with
And almost anything they wish Continue reading

Sunday Pause (Paws): Beautiful Soul

It’s Sunday, time to kick back, relax, and remember.

I wanted to dedicate this post to remembering those who have passed. Death is never easy for those left behind. When you lose someone close to you, you are never the same. I shared the poem below shortly after my sister passed away last year. I thought it was fitting to share it again now. Her birthday is next week, so I have been thinking a lot about her lately.

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©Animals Are Feeling Beings Too

Even when it’s not someone you personally know, but the loss of a super star, it can be devastating. The following are pictures I took when I visited Paisley Park after Prince passed away last year (April 21st, 2017). It was so much more sparse than what it had been when the news first got out that he was gone. By the time I went most of it had blown away, the flowers had died, and so on.  Continue reading