Slow internet speed forces blogger to talk about dog urine.

I’m not going to rant, we probably all experience it. My provider tells me it’s where I live and nothing can be done. Dose explain why I can’t load a YouTube video at all on my laptop now but could a week ago? No.
I just couldn’t blog about anything that requires the use of hunting through resources because I’m so far below dial up that Facebook took 10-15 minuets just too pull itself together as html coding. So it’s a think on my toes blog.

King Arthur, the rescue is doing really well, he has lots of energy and is really happy which is my idea of a perfect dog! He can scale a six meter fence but he isn’t left alone at any point, I always catch him. He urinated on me the other day while I was having s nap. He was asleep on top of me which made it weird but I figured he can’t have meant to as he usually only goes outside; so I wasn’t mad… just startled. I initially thought his belly was just really warm, then I realized it was too warm.
This isn’t the first time I’ve been pee’d on. I went to the beach one time and was approached by a very friendly looking dog, it was running towards me, I got excited I was about to make a friend but it just cocked it’s leg at me and piss’d. Didn’t say hello or even buy me a drink first. It quickly scampered off and in that exact moment, a second unnoticed dog followed suit in some kind of twisted game of follow the leader. I was mortified, their owners ‘Pretended’ not to see this all and left the beach pretty fast, but my friend whom I was with certainly notice openly and wouldn’t let it go all day!

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Failure: what I did about it!

“our greatest glory is not in never failing but in rising every time we fall” – Confucius

It’s been a while since I blogged. I should apologize mostly to myself for this, I wanted to post everyday and I broke my 365 day sketchbook challenge. None of this means I have failed, unless I continue to not try. This I will be restarting tomorrow.

We should all remember not to be too hard on ourselves, no matter the failure. We live in a world that seems like it could never get harsher… then it does. My personal downfall is the inability to cope with the environmental, child and animal abuse. This time I did something more about it than sharing some petitions and posts to my friends: I adopted a shelter dog!

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His new name is King Arthur. He was a victim of extreme abuse and witness to the massacre of his pack with a trigger happy @$$h0le who deserves nothing but the burning fires of hell for all eternity. Arthur, his mother and one other pup escaped and where found hiding in a ditch.
At this point, he is very timid and frightened of most males but is slowly coming around to a few close friends. He has anxiety attacks and when he heard fireworks about a week ago, he ran inside to hide and was hyperventilating and foaming at the mouth.
It’s going to be a long journey, but he has already made vast improvements. His confidence is growing and so is his trust in my closer circle of friends and family. He’s so gentle with small children it warms your heart.

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I’ve ordered him and I a special necklace from the animal rescue site, If you love animals and want to check out their store or sign up for their emails, Please check it out and show your support. They raise money for a great cause and even tell you how many bowls of food you’ll be shouting our fury friends if you purchase an item.