A Transitional Time

             This entire year has placed me (and my family) in a state of flux.  We are changing so very much of how we live and what we do.

             Sure, some things remain constant, similar, the same.  But others, well let’s just say that the spiraling upwards does sometimes send us into far flung directions.

             This is what I heard, the message that was brought to me for sharing purposes, the reminder from an ever-caring Universe:

Just Say Yes

             Opportunities appear, in the most unusual places.  Chances and options and choices we had no clue were even in the running, they show up, unexpectedly.

             All we need to do is grab them.  Say Yes, and take the ride.  Try that new experience, open our hearts to this gift which we didn’t know we needed.

             Through a series of events,

pomeranian

Rosemary

             May I introduce you to our new family member?  She is two years old, and will be The Deputy’s companion as he enters his last year in law enforcement.  As some cops retire, they buy fast cars, divorce their first (or second) wives, take fancy vacations……. not this one.

             He adopts a tiny homeless dog.  There will be more photos soon.  (Many more!)

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5 thoughts on “A Transitional Time

  1. It’s about time you had a four-foot in the house again. Congrats on the addition to the family.

  2. “Opportunities appear, in the most unusual places. Chances and options and choices we had no clue were even in the running, they show up, unexpectedly.

    All we need to do is grab them. Say Yes, and take the ride. Try that new experience, open our hearts to this gift which we didn’t know we needed.”

    Yep. Just what happened with me and Ryder. I usually rescue dogs, not buy purebreds. On that alone, I was going to say ‘no’ to my friend and walk away from it. But the Universe just kept nagging the crap out of me, so finally I went to have a look and he passed every test with flying colors. Like someone set him up just for me. And two weeks later my brother was diagnosed with cancer and he was my little sanity saver. And it came so close to a ‘no’. *shakes head*

    And you know what? As I sat here writing this, it suddenly occurred to me YOU get the credit for that one. I am a Taurus and I want what I want. If I hadn’t been coming here these past few years learning to pay more attention to the Universe and the here and now and to try and be open to possibilities, I would have tossed this one away. -Nope. Too early. Too soon. Purebred. Pass.- And I would have totally lost a made for me puppy to keep me sane and moving. So see, you actually managed to get this Taurus to learn something and use it! 🙂

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