First of all, I am grateful for the many dogs (and occasionally a cat or two) that I have crossed paths with mine over the year. I have a large extended canine family, with dogs of all shapes and sizes. Each pet is like my favorite niece or nephew coming to visit Auntie Sonnet. I thoroughly enjoy each and every one's personality, their likes and dislikes, and the talents each one possesses. What an amazing opportunity for me to get to know so many canine souls on a more personal level.
I am extremely grateful for all the people that come attached to these pets as well. Since I have yet to have a dog drive himself here, I have had an amazing opportunity to meet many wonderful dog lovers, and even a few cat lovers too! The level of commitment, the strength of the human-animal bond, and the depths of true love continue to astound me. It attests to the fact that there is still benevolence in the human soul and reconfirms my belief in mankind. I am proud to call myself a member, then, of the human race because of the likes of you, my clients.
When I review my day, my week, and my month, I want to express how truly blessed I feel to be where I am. Five years ago, ten years ago, fifteen years ago, I could not have ever pictured myself spending my days helping others improve the quality of life of their furry family through proper diet, exercise, rehabilitation, and more. I did not envision myself as a Canine Fitness Coach, or attending business meetings to discuss teaching fitness seminars, or training others in the field of rehabilitation and canine fitness. And yet, here I am. What can I say? I am living my dream!
So, as Thanksgiving approaches, I give thanks for all the blessings I have. And I wish you many blessings and the chance to live your dream too!