My daughter’s dog moved in with me last week. Talk about a change in life. I’ve already raised my kids. LOL. He is a beautiful brown and white 14-year-old corgi. Like a child, he has thrown up his food a couple of times. Gross me out! When I reported it to my daughter, she asked if he had eaten it. Yuck!
It didn’t take long for me to become mommy and not grammy, although I still use the latter. My daughter and her boyfriend came by to visit after a few days. He loved seeing them, but once the hello greeting was over, he came and sat right by my side as if to say, ‘I’m not going anywhere with you. I’m staying right here.’
With all the planets in retrograde right now, things have been a little cray cray. I do have a lot of love to give to others on the surface, but to give a deep, down love for Dante wasn’t going to be easy. It opened a lot of emotions I had conveniently buried.
About a week into his new home he got out. I couldn’t find him anywhere. I probably woke the whole neighborhood calling for him. It was 7 a.m. I did call a friend to help. She came with her vehicle, and we drove about the neighborhood. My only thought was that someone stopped and picked him up – everyone wants a corgi. I cried my eyes out. Finally, we spotted him. I jumped out the vehicle and called his name. He saw that I was upset, so he ran to me. I was so thankful and grateful that my prayers were answered. Later, my friend told me that she could see sprinkles of light around us. Dante had found his forever home, or should I say retirement home as one of my students said.
Speaking of students, one had to miss our online class last week because she had to put her dog down. The next week I told her that I had a new dog in the house, a corgi. It turned out her dog was corgi too. Bittersweet. A few days later I took Dante to get groomed. While I was walking up to Petco, I spotted another corgi, or should I say Dante spotted him first. We had a nice greet. He so loves socializing. I love the synchronicity of those stories. When I picked him up, he was happy to see me and hear my comments about his handsomeness.
This morning Dante threw up his food again. I think he eats to fast. He acts like he’s starving, but the 20 extra pounds tells the real story. By the time I got back with the paper towel and bag, he was eating it. Gross! I got over it though since I didn’t have to pick it up.
As I said earlier, changes are a happening with these planets in retrograde and let’s not forget we’re in the midst of eclipse season, too. Changes, they are a happening. Heal and release those pent-up emotions. You can do it. Go with the flow. You got this!
Blessings of Peace and Love!
Lori Carter is a freelance writer and Spiritualist Medium -- truly a Spiritual Being, and aren't we all.