when dogs dream.

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I have learned something quite interesting about dogs dreaming…

Q: What do dogs experience when they dream?

A: Humans dream about the same things they’re interested in by day, though more visually and less logically. There’s no reason to think animals are any different. Since dogs are generally extremely attached to their human owners, it’s likely your dog is dreaming of your face, your smell, and of pleasing or annoying you.

Q: What does it mean when my pet is asleep and its legs start moving like they are running?

A: They may well be dreaming they’re running… the more pronounced and fast the movements, the more likely they’re acting out a dream.”

The best way to give ourselves or our children better dreams is to have happy daytime experiences and to get plenty of sleep in a safe and comfortable environment. It’s a good bet this is also best for pets’ dreams.

I THINK MY HEART JUST MELTED A LITTLE! BE RIGHT BACK, TAKING MY DOG HIKING THEN TO SEE BEAUTIFUL TAHOE THEN TO PLAY WITH TENNIS BALLS UP MT. KILIMANJARO

alcohol and friendships.

you are only as strong as the alcohol you drink, the tables you dance on and the friends that hold you together.

know your worth.

make sure you don’t start seeing yourself through the eyes of those who don’t value you. know your worth, even if they don’t.

sometimes people need.

some people need a high five… to the face… with a chair. 

grief is not.

i had my own notion of grief.

i thought it was the sad time that followed the death of someone you love.

and you had to push through it to get to the other side.

but i’m learning there is no other side.

there is no pushing through.

but rather, there is absorption. adjustment. acceptance.

and grief is not something you complete, but rather, you endure.

grief is not a task to finish and move on, but an element of yourself – an alteration of your being.

a new way of seeing. a new definition of self.