Drac and Daisy

I’ve heard that a tsunami of love is enveloping our beautiful blue planet and all of its inhabitants. What does that mean exactly?

I’m not sure what it means for humans, although I’ve felt a greater peace about things recently than in the past.

So if this tsunami is true, then it explains the unlikely friendship that has developed between our dog, Daisy, and a neighbor’s cat. His name is Drac. (Could that be short for Dracula)? I’ve been meaning to ask his owner about that name.

Drac walks around the neighborhood like he owns it. I think he does.

When another of our neighbors, who isn’t really a cat person, walks to the mailbox, Drac sees her coming and gets in step with her all the way to the mailbox and back. She calls him her escort. So cute!

Drac loves Daisy and the feeling is mutual. They sniff each other, he nuzzles her, and then he follows us on our daily walk. It’s amazing to me how well they get along … I guess they’ve been hit by the tsunami. Animals know good energy when they’re around it. They know if the humans they encounter have good energy or not. Drac and Daisy get it … I’m taking my cues from them.

Drac.daisyBe good to yourself and each other. Namaste’

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Canines and One Feline Cooling Off

Seeing as how lots of us in the western U.S. are sweltering right now, I thought I’d post this really “cool” video of a happy pack of dogs and one cat cooling off at the beach in Australia.  And they’re all doing it to the hit song “Happy” by Pharrell Williams.  Best version I’ve ever seen!  And thanks, Leslie, for sending it.  Enjoy and Namaste’

Many Faces

The many faces of Buddha … I found this area of the gardening center to be very peaceful and serene so I had to get an image.  Below the Buddhas is a shot of their resident feline.  She was having such a good time rubbing her face with the grasses.  Below her is a shot of pink orchids.  Hope your Sunday was peaceful, too.  Namaste’