unsplash.comThere’s been something on my mind for a long time now and it’s really starting to become a burden. I’ve spent many long and sleepless nights tossing and turning in my bed, wondering what I would say to you if I ever had the chance. I know that you will probably never be able to…

via An Apology Letter To All Of The Dogs I’ve Wanted To Adopt But Couldn’t — Thought Catalog

Who Rescued Whom?

No matter how down I may get about life’s unpleasantness at times, Sophie, my six year old adopted Pomeranian, is always there to calm me, kiss me, lick me, make me laugh with her shenanigans and remind me that she and I are a team.

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Evil Dog! (reblogged because I could totally relate)

Evil Dog!

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Linda Schroeder’s Training Tips: Unintended Lessons—Jumping Up

She knows her dogs! Been a huge help with Sophie!

Linda Schroeder’s Training Tips: Unintended Lessons—Jumping Up.

Cuteness overload!

A Pug And I

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Resistance is futile…

Ok, so I wasn’t going to do this, as I want to focus more on the written word than anything else. That’s out the proverbial window now. I’m an avid animal lover, and share a home with my boyfriend, 23 (yes, you read that right!) birds of various kinds, an occasional errant chipmunk, and a 15 lb furball of a dog.

This is Sophie.

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I still don’t know who rescued who. And it doesn’t really matter.