Whilst it is important and responsible to plan for the future, it is also important to enjoy the present. That long walk with lots of things to sniff, if you’re a greyhound, or perhaps that surprise afternoon off that gives time that can just be enjoyed, if you’re not.
OK, this only counts if you’re a dog. But then, if you were, why would you be reading this?
Be free. And recognize how good that feels.
It’s true what they say about pigs, if they’re not getting up to something, they’re thinking about getting up to something.
Same with greyhounds. And Angelas.
We’ve written a book! Yes! Admittedly it isn’t a long one, but it’s a book with chapters and pages and everything. In it I have written all the things I have learned about life from Sean the Greyhound. You’d think it couldn’t be much considering he didn’t even know his name when we picked him up, but you might be surprised and impressed that he’s a pretty wise old owl.
I’ll post a bit of it so you can get a taster. However, if you fancy getting the book for yourself – most of the royalties will go to Greyhound Rescue West of England and other greyhound charities.
I really hope you enjoy it. Sean doesn’t care.