How a mundane walk to the park with Sophie and baby K turned into an eventful afternoon on a cold, rainy day.
After K was born, H and I talked about how to introduce him to Sophie. We did and her reaction and behavior since has been heart-warming.
There were a couple of mild, strange things going on in our apartment building at the time. This new development was in addition to those other series of weird happenings.
Sophie has her quirks. One of them is how she goes completely crazy when we go to an open space. She runs like the wind and you can really see what a free spirit she becomes.
...is the day Max was born, about 16 years ago. I've written about Max before very briefly here. He was my first four-legged sibling. I had just about graduated high school when he passed away and it took my mind about three months to understand what that means and how it was going to change my daily life. Today, I know how it has changed my life, in a broader sense.
It was a relatively cold morning in March, when we woke up and got ready in the midst of the Black forest, surrounded by mountains frosted with snow and the sun shown happy and bright.
Taking Sophie to the Hundeplatz every Sunday has become a routine. Take a look at what how she spends her time there- learning, running, playing and just being a crazy, little, cute dog!
Every day, I discover new pathways and new areas along with Sophie. While she smells the grass, plays with the flowers and explores newness with her superhero smelling powers, I'm reading gravestones of people long gone, spotting a bird I've never seen before or just thinking a lot about...well, lots of things.