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Hudson says, “How many thoughts make up my future?” We have been talking a lot about having goals and how our thoughts create our lives. Hudson has been listening! It’s comments like this that see my late Stormy in him. Hudson says, “I want play time and mountain time in my future. I also would like to make every being smile when they see me!”
Ella has been such a wonderful addition to our family. I am absolutely in love with her. She says, “I want to teach people how to talk with animals correctly. Think about what you want to say before you say it. Then believe in your heart your animal will understand you and care about what you are saying. Speak and visualize all your thoughts slowly and then wait a moment, controlling you mind before it wanders. Then give your animal many moments to process what you said. I don’t always meow back but I will give my people a look that says ‘I understand you. I will think about this more.’ I feel the more you speak with animals this way the less troubled an animal will be. Have fun with it and your animal will look forward to your interactions. I’m happy here. I feel understood and that is awesome for me and my life.”
I was talking seriously with Luca about staying in the fence line at the barn, because I’m worried about the road. I explained how he could be hit by a car and either die or be seriously hurt. I asked him if he understood and he replied, “I am very into myself right now.” I asked him what that meant and he said, “I am thinking about what you said inside of me.” He is a very good boy to contemplate what it all means. I’m proud of him.
Our biggest pasture was planted with hay. Jubilee misses galloping across it. It can no longer be used as turn out. All are amazed at how tall the hay has grown.
Jubilee says, “It’s the tallest grass I have ever seen. I can’t even see the ground. I love how it blows in the wind. I want to go in there. It feels like a miracle.”
I love how Jubilee says it’s a miracle when she no longer has access to her big pasture. A reminder to be grateful for what we have.
I asked Felix if he had any advice for people.
He answered, “Stop complaining, figure it out and enjoy yourself.”
I believe that is well said; especially from a dog who once had to scavenge for food.
Hudson and George. The look on George’s face pretty much sums up how everyone feels when they see Hudson running towards them at full speed.