Tonch the greatdane puppy and Piper the chihuahua☺💕 #NotMyDogs#ImPuppySittingThem puppysitting till Wednesday, I'm gonna ask if I can puppysit these dogs more, and my mom said that I can start puppysitting dogs because of these two🤪But Maebell tried attacking them so we have to keep Jagger and Maebell on a chain, Maebell most likely z leash though bc she slips out of her collar, Maebell taught Jagger to be aggressive toward dogs:( But the dogs I'm puppysitting are 100% safe😊💕💕thank you for the people who stayed and read this
My boyfriend's hounds. Abby, the american bully, and Trouble, the rottweiler. They're a definite handful.
1 2028 July, 2019
Not quite a story about a cool Airbnb or hostel.
One can think of life as a journey, and ultimately this journey is never just about the destination. If it was, then it would be a depressing destination. The inevitable destination and the passing of time forces us to find meaning, be in motion. Without time(or the awareness of it's passing), everything is just on repeat, being stuck on a hamster wheel meaninglessly, stagnating, not going forward even though time keeps going forward.
Why all this rambling? One of the things travelling (as a sort of sandbox with limited consequences) teaches is responsibility. You are 100% responsible (with autonomy comes responsibility). You are the writer, planner and architect of your story.
Don't like a place? Stop wasting time there and go somewhere else.(Unless of course you have gastro in a small town in Laos...,that's another story)
Really want to do something? Just do it.
Don't like someone you met? Don't spend time with them.
Like someone you met? Make sure to spend time with them.
The same can be said for life, yet it's easy to be stuck with crappy situations, jobs, flats, people, life, etc... It's easy to not do anything because doing something requires being brave, doing something against other's expectations of the role we play. And when we finally do, we realise we should have done it so long ago.
I learned this the hard way.
The flip side of the coin is if we see life as a journey then there is always hope because nothing is permanent, including the shit parts and places. They could just be brushed off as "getting gastro in Laos", or crappy flatmates as the crappy 1 star Airbnb and the good parts can still come, but only if we do something about it .
Some more shots of the new Studio! Thanks for the amazing and kind words, and to answer your questions, yes I do sleep here 😂 There’s a bedroom upstairs in the very back. I’m excited for the new journey and how it’ll inspire my artwork. If you’d like to see the Studio Tour, the video link is in my bio!! ✨🏡
- #notmydogs#justmilo ❤️ #loft