We Don’t…

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I believe in this wholeheartedly. I’m not a people person by any stretch of the imagination, but by some great miracle, people find me and stick with me once they realize the kind of person I am.

My oldest friend has been in my life for over 20 years. I still make her laugh like I did from day one. My best friend has been in my life for a little over 17 years. I have no idea why she keeps me, except for the fact that I know I make her laugh and I know she loves me. She’s not lacking in the humor department either, she’s pretty hilarious. My dear friend/sister has been with me almost as long. My new friends (you know who you are lovely WPers) who have been with me for under a year are no less special to me than those who’ve seemingly been with me forever. If I’ve taken the time to e-mail you, talk on the phone, or message with you, then I’ve extended the hand of friendship, a hand I swore I would not reach out to others ever again.

I believe in a reason for everything. Lets all be good to each other. Hugs, Love, & Support to you all.  

 

Fearless Cat Chases Fox Intruder Off His Land

Fearless Cat Chases Fox Intruder Off His Land

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This just plain makes me smile. Way too many people think dogs are guardians, but they probably don’t know that cats are deeply protective when it comes to their families and home. Plus, most animals freak out when a cat comes after them. Norwegian Forest Cats are known for their predatory instincts. Lots of people like to keep them as mousers. They’re a beautiful breed.

The Richness……

The Richness…

“The richness of the rain made me feel safe and protected; I have always considered the rain to be healing — a blanket — the comfort of a friend.  Without at least some rain in any given day, or at least a cloud or two on the horizon, I feel overwhelmed by the information of sunlight and yearn for the vital, muffling gift of falling water.” ―Douglas Coupland