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Posted on Mon, Dec 10, 2012 09:03

Dear MM-Folks,

 

We are now surrounded by amazing Christmas lights, snow, cribs, trees and hopefullness of new and great things to come.

 

We are all humanbeings of flesh sharing this world. We all know that some people are starving, some people are experiencing suppression, others are experiencing war and so forth. Yes. The world is not an equal-for-all place.

 

I hope we all pray for those in need. Offcourse.

 

It is very easy for many (I feel this many times) to almost feel guilty for being so happy and walking around with a blissful smile, filled grocery bags and Louis Vuitton accessories, cheering on life, when media constantly sprays our minds with such misery, reminds us of the worlds suffering etc.

 

It is OK to be happy despite of the suffering going on in several places worldwide, as if we are happy, we will then be able to be strong enough to contribute and help those who are not...at least in the long run. We should offcourse not forget, help and send a thought...but we should allow ourselves to own happiness without such guilt.

 

This page allows you to just relax , be thankful for what you have and also share a feeling of a WISH for something to be granted you yourself ahead...as the power of attraction does work.

 

So..

 

What do you wish for?


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Posted on Sun, Dec 23, 2012 23:19

...hope all well wishes will come true...


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Posted on Sun, Dec 23, 2012 20:55

Windrider...I was just randomly going thru my blogs only to find that I missed out on commenting on your very nice story about Mollie. My apologies for the delay...as Im trying to juggle several blogs simultaniously and actually lead a busy life beyond this new blogging experience. Sadening how animals can be mishandled..cant understand how that can happen! Such a survivor Mollie is! Your story sounds like a beautiful relationship built upon mutual care love trust and understanding. Im sorry for Mollies illness and happy she is still hanging on. I think your gift handling animals is sometthing unusual and admirable. I wish you both pleasent Holidays!....cute pic by the way...



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Posted on Thu, Dec 13, 2012 20:03

Hi Worldmind,   So you'd like to know about my dog, huh? Okay, here's Mollie's story.......   Mollie is a 12 1/2 year old rescue I was fostering for one of the organizations I work with. She was one of a litter of 8 (that we know of) someone started dumping on the country back roads from the town south of me all the way to another town 20 miles south east of that. She was the last puppy we got a call for. The lady who found her had kept her for almost two weeks, trying to find out who her owner was, then called us. I was the closest member so I went to get her. We figure the puppies were about 4 1/2 - 5 weeks old when they were dumped. Two of them had been put in a gunny sack and dumped in the river about a mile down the road from where the lady who found Mollie lived. Luckily, someone saw the sack thrown in the water and went in after it and saved the two inside. The rest of the litter were just thrown out of a moving vehicle at different farms. After their injuries were healed, all were adopted.   I had bred Old English Sheepdogs for 37 years, and my last lady was 15 years old and mostly blind. Sissy fell in love with the puppy and I didn't have the heart to take her away from Sis, so I adopted her. She's been filling my life with joy ever since. She was Sissy's eyes up until the time Sissy died, just after her 16th birthday.   Mollie has been nothing but a blessing in my life, and I'm so thankful for the happiness she's given me through the years. She's my friend, companion and protector. She helps with the horses and other animals, and makes sure I know how much she loves me. She lets me know that, to her, I'm the most wonderful thing in the world. Animals give unconditional love, always, and it somehow makes me want to be that perfect person she thinks I am.   She took some getting used to. I hadn't been owned by a dog with a tail for 37 years, and she has that otter tail typical of lab and shepherd breeds...long, thick and very strong. Since she's such a happy girl, all of my plants that were sitting on the floor were tail-whacked into oblivion. They looked like they'd been mulched. She also loves stuffed animals, and carries one with her wherever we go. Like a child, it sometimes takes her 5 minutes to go through her pile and choose the one she wants to take when we go in the truck. I'll stop at yard sales from time to time and ask the people if they care if she chooses a new toy. I'll tell her she can have one, and she carefully goes through them all, picks one out and then stares at me until I tell her she can have one more. Sometimes I wonder if it's because that gives me one to carry back to the truck, too.   About 7 months ago I had to have a tumor removed from her right hind knee. It was a long and difficult surgery, and the vet was afraid there wouldn't be enough skin to close the wound. The tentacles of the tumor were so inter-woven through the blood vessels, nerves and muscle tissue that she had to literally dissect them out. The vet told me the muscle looked like Swiss cheese, and that she didn't know if Mollie would ever be able to use the leg again because of the nerve and blood vessel damage. Her recovery has been a long, hard climb...but she's a fighter and things are better for her now. I almost lost her about three months ago with she took a nose dive. For three days she hovered close to death, then her doctor put her on steroids and she started gaining ground again. I only have to give her shots every 4 days now, and only 4 shots of doggie morphine in the last two months. She can no longer jump into the truck on her own...I have to lift her...or on the bed, but she's pretty much pain free, trying to chase the squirrels and field mice and make friends with the pair of Whooping Cranes that have made the pasture their home for the past three years.  

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Posted on Thu, Dec 13, 2012 13:29

Windrider...WOW very interesting answer indeed..would you mind explainig this a bit..who your dog thinks you are..by the way..any picture of him/her?



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Posted on Wed, Dec 12, 2012 13:49

DiamondGirl,

Im sure if you are ready and have your hearts door open. that wish of love will be granted :-)



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Posted on Wed, Dec 12, 2012 05:34

Worldmind...

I've thought long and hard about your question, and the best answer I can come up with is that my wish is to become the person my dog thinks I am.


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Posted on Mon, Dec 10, 2012 22:11

DiamondGirl41, so you wish for a childish kind of innocent way of looking at the world...I like that :-) as we think we are childrens greatest teachers...but I think children are adults greatest teachers..and If we could bottle some of that childish spirit...we would live even happier lives...

 

Thanks for the compliment about my post and pic :-)


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