My soul longs for a time and place that I cannot understand, therefore , cannot explain. New York.... on a rainy, dark, cold day... an elegant hotel room, or better yet, a sophisticated highrise apartment, called my own. A walk around grey streets and old buildings, gusts of wind, yellow cabs, dark pools. Hidden away coffee shops, newspapers, cream and steam, the aromas of brewing roasts... watching outside as people dodge puddles, umbrellas dripping with rain drops, fallen over the Empire State. A library, secret passages, soft, brown leather couches, a green lamp lit, soft whispers, the rustle of the day's news, cosy and warm, lost in the pages of a thriller. Another world, another life, a lifetime away. Just a dream, a longing heart, a soul on fire for a place I've never been. My pounding heart, a desire so deep. A love so strong, a wish for the same drive, one to get me there..
Since #JosefTheSheepdog had to leave us for greener pastures, me & #Sunny had long walks and adjustment naps/moments like #GinaTheCat !
It’s very very quiet and subdued without him.
‘A pet can add structure to your day, keep you active and social, help you to overcome setbacks and challenges in life, and even provide a sense of meaning or purpose. Generally, the more significant your pet was to you, the more intense the emotional pain you’ll feel. The role the animal played in your life can also have an impact. For example, if your pet was a working dog, service animal, or therapy animal, then you’ll not only be grieving the loss of a companion but also the loss of a coworker... the loss of emotional support.’ ~> InfoCredit: Lawrence Robinson, Jeanne Segal, Ph.D., and Robert Segal, M.A.
"We are filled with a longing for the wild. There are few culturally sanctioned antidotes for this yearning. We were taught to feel shame for such a desire. We grew our hair long and used it to hide our feelings. But the shadow of the Wild Woman still lurks beneath us during our days and in our nights. No matter where we are, the shadow that lurks behind us is definitely four footed." ~ Clarissa Pinkola Estes from the book "Women Who Run With the Wolves"
Nice to see you again🌛
You're my longing!!!
Thank you for the wonderful time⏰😔❤️
気づく度に毎回ニッコリしてくれて振ってくれてハグも可愛いも言ってくれてこの上ないhappy timeをどうもありがと！！！ 来年またあなたに会えることを楽しみに私も頑張ります！Thank you very much.