The last few weeks (months?) have been a bit of a blur. It’s one of those blurs that appears out of nowhere and clotheslines you when you least expect it. Ka-Pow.
It’s when the calendar looks relatively empty and luxuriously accommodating that it’s time to be afraid, right? It’s time to be very afraid. (when will I learn this?!?)
Nature abhors a vacuum.
I trust you know the feeling.
So as I make heads or tails of my weeks and days, pushing ever forward but twisted in too many other directions at the same time, I thought I’d share with you these life snapshots:
This girl is heading home this weekend after spending two months in New York interning at Guiding Eyes for the Blind.
This boy is very close to getting his license.
This girl is going to her first prom.
This dog (Oak) completed his puppy program and returned to Guiding Eyes but did not enter training as a guide dog, instead he chose a career in detection and security work.
This dog (Jammy) has enjoyed life as a Hudson Valley farm dog and will probably be depressed to return to suburbia this weekend.
This little dog (Oswin) still rules the roost.
This dog (Lina) is with us through Rural Dog Rescue and is looking for her forever home – do you know someone who’s looking to adopt a sweet, cuddly, playful 2-year old hound mix? (send them my way if you do!)
This young dog will be making an appearance here soon.
This is where I will be on Sunday, May 3, reading my essay for Listen To Your Mother.
This beautiful lady has been cheering me on for months, keeping me focused on my goals, and helping me see the big picture and all the little details along the way – and I’m eternally grateful our paths have crossed. (She’s also a Listen To Your Mother sponsor and the most committed and caring realtor you’ll find in Northern Virginia.)
This beautiful picture was shot to promote Founding Farmers and their interior design, and it made my heart swell.
It all makes my heart swell, really.
Wishing you a heart swelling week as well!