Don’t be afraid of life
A friend and mentor of mine told me this once during a visit while I was at an inpatient rehab. Such a simple piece of advice to think of at first thought. Especially for someone who tends to display himself as fearless.
This mornings lesson came courtesy of poochie and mother nature we got to see snow for our first time. This new soggy chilly ground covering did not stop us from potty! We found it tasty though, something to snack on! It’s everywhere!! We played, danced, ate, and rolled in this new thing. Our once boring yard primarily used as a bathroom has become a new world all because a light dusting of this wet cold white stuff.
This morning I woke to a familiar deal, nightmares and terrors out of nowhere. Pupster was right there with a nuzzle to remind me I was alright, that things were okay. Her gentle nuzzle and pushing of her head against me with a soft low whine acted perfectly to remind me where I was and who I was with. she reminded me that I should not fear life this morning.
Life is rough, topsy turvy, emotional, just a ball of crap for the most part and yet here we are being humans. This is cold dad, this is fun!! when do we lose our childhood? Somewhere along the line we all forget the feelings of “new” and “interesting” we grow old and cold and stupid. We get stuck in our stupid ways our habits and what we think being adults is.
Today I’m going to play with pooch, in the snow like an idiot because I can! I will break out the snoopy sno cone maker my loving girl got me years ago and we will snack on snow cones and snow and just be. Today I am not afraid of life, in fact today life should be afraid of me.