I’ve not been blessed with unconditional love in this world from many, but I know what it should feel like. Cowboy gave me 12 years of pure, unadulterated, unconditional love. My heart broke the moment the vet told me there was nothing they could do. He had 2 or 3 days left and I should take him home and give him the best weekend of his life. It was crushing. But I did just that and when the time came I held him tight and said over and over again “I’ve got you boy, I’ve got you.”
I haven’t been the same since. I hope he’s waiting for me.
She doesn’t have a name yet, but I know it will come.
A 2002 Fleetwood Triumph who I am starting to transform into my sanctuary. A place of peace and rest, surrounded by trees and a view toward the ocean. She looks like a typical RV on the inside now, but before too long, she will be my home.
It’s been a long time since I’ve touched this space. One event after another keeping me occupied elsewhere, a lack in confidence, my mother dying, friends dying, COVID… all things that typically push me to write but I refused and kept everything inside.
I continue to move toward a more minimalist lifestyle so I’m renovating an old RV. Nope, never done that before but there’s a first time for everything. I’ll probably create a new blog for updates on that.
A proud moment is being a part of a new book coming out soon. More to come on that!