Perhaps writing, or blogging, is a way of processing the sharp turns in life. Perhaps it is a way to unleash the darkest depths of the soul. Perhaps it is a way to make yourself known, to shout to the world that you exist. In my case, I think this is a way for me to get my daily musings out of my head.
Lets say this starts because I felt prompted.
Today lets talk about words. Right now I feel I have so many boiling over and no one to hand them off to. I am a mommy to two crazy smart and ridiculously adorable dogs, but lets face it… not much for conversation. I am a photographer and I work until I drop. Currently I own a business, a Sunshine Moment, where I get to share my joy of photography and people with anyone who cares. I also work for Hindsdale Living Magazine, Bella Baby Photography, Sherwin Williams Paint Store, Cornerstone Photography, and Houzz.com.
I have words about my ordinary life and in a marriage with an up-and-coming rock star as my counter part I’m afraid my words are pretty lack luster. I suppose even when I am asked a question the exciting thing that jumps to mind is that my musician husband is on a crazy awesome adventure elsewhere. And what I mostly want to talk about lately is my new dog Sam.
Sam makes so many noises that he lost his voice for yesterday and today. He makes yips ring shrill and painful. I am most definitely working on getting rid of that noise completely. He also makes the whole assortment of monkey noises. Today, when I got home, I was greeted with his entire catalogue of noises, almost as if he was listing them off my making them. I leashed him up in a frenzy of fur and paws to my face and thrusted us out the door.
Tommy is the neighbor dog. The day after we got Sam he ended up at Tommy’s mercy with me shreiking along trying to catch the ravenous killing machine of a dog or my tiny teddy bear Sam before he got eaten. Haley even joined in the battle, apparently she forgot she too is terrified of the monster or was too overcome with the desire to protect me or the new little fur ball that she forgot her fear. The whole war between Sam’s life and death probably lasted only a minute or two but Sam will not ever forget it.
Today Tommy was out when we went for our potty excursion. As soon as we rounded the corner Sam spotted him and desperately tried to climb up me as he ferociously growled his raspy puppy gurgle. I obliged and picked him up to prance him past Tommy, a long way from the end of his rope, and put Sam down in hopes of seeing a pee stream. No such luck. He was more concerned with getting away from the sight of Tommy as quick as possible.
We did. Then he whizzed.