Thursday, September 22, 2011

Loyal in Love

So the Scrapster wants to know...Is there anything better than the love of a dog?  Seriously, who in your life can love you as loyally?  Worship you, Adore you, want to please you MORE?  Shadow your every move all day long and be there for you when you least deserve it?  Approach you in moments when no one else would DARE?  Lay down their life for you (if it ever became necessary!)  Kiss you.  Hug you.  Rescue you.  (By the way, only possible because Dogs can read your mood like a book.)     It's a gift, really.  A truly wonderful gift.  Dogs SENSE when you need a little peace and sanity, they NUDGE you when you need to be distracted, and somehow know exactly how to lift you out of sadness and grief  (God Forbid) like no other.  Amazingly, they do it all without ever speaking a word!  The look in their eyes, the expression on their face...tells you that you are not alone and that they truly understand what you are feeling, facing or going through.  

 Just try it.  CRY...(and see what happens)...  your dog will be at your feet, in your lap (if they fit) ... and unselfishly your precious pet will start to lick the tears that are streaming down your sweet face.   It is the most unconditional, heartfelt love.  Thankfully, there is no judging, no unsolicited advice, no wrong words EVER.   The love of a dog is best displayed by simply BEING there... purpose being to just get you to a better place!

That thing you Humans call Puppy Love?  Well, truth be told, that kind of love is not just for puppies.  Every single day your dog wakes up,  they promise that you will be the only one that matters!  They will SEE to it that you are faithfully, loyally,  loved, adored, worshipped, and greeted DAILY you as if you are the most important person in the whole WIDE world !  No one is more special than you are!  No one NEEDS you more.  No one LOVES you with such CONVICTION.  Such Devotion.  No one (on Earth) that is.  

1 comment:

  1. "In order to really enjoy a dog, one doesn't merely try to train him to be semi human. The point of it is to open oneself to the possibility of becoming partly a dog." ~Edward Hoagland