Writing 101 – My Dog and Living Things


My most treasured possession passed away last March. Her name was Nikki and she was my favorite dog ever. I wrote a few blog posts on her passing as she was becoming sick and when she was gone so I will just put the links in for you to read:

That Day Came My Dog is Old




An Empty House


And I guess other than that I would like to note I love lots of things that are actual things. I like to be comfortable and I like to beautify myself and my home. But if it came down to it I could with great sorrow leave everything because God and people (and sometimes pets) are the most important things in my life. They are not possessions but living entities and for this fact all the more valuable to me.

Thanks so much for all your comments and wonderful writing!


7 thoughts on “Writing 101 – My Dog and Living Things”

  1. I am a big lover and can so identify with you! I lost my one dog just this past Spring and I miss her! If you never saw the poem Rainbow Bridge you got to read it! Go google it! Its beautiful! God definitely did a good thing when he created pets! Yes they are a treasure! Thanks for sharing about NIkki!


  2. Nice post. I completely understand how you feel. I had to put my “Princeton” down on March 18 of this year. It was hard. I hope we will be seeing each other on the blogs, and I hope I will see you in the Writing 201 class in January. God bless you!


      1. Blogging 201 Branding and Regrowth is Oct 20, Writing 201 Longform is Dec 1, and in January is Writing 201 again Building your own story. I have free time I think for most of those. Possibly a design course in mid January but that shouldn’t interfere with the writing! Take care Joy hope to see u in 1 or more of the writing courses or blogging one’s.


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