The four-footed one reminds me that life is what you make of it. It’s partially how you see things, how reality works and mostly how you react and respond based upon the reality you’ve been given. The four-footed one, it would seem believes she is a huge work-beast rather than a dog smaller than a shoe box.
Today while we were out for a our daily walk. the four-footed companion decided she needed to run. But not just run. That would be simple. Instead she decided to run while dragging me behind her because I foolishly held onto her leash. While she ran. Pulling me up the hill after her.
Why? Because she thinks she’s a work horse or something. And also she seems to think I enjoy running up hills with her. Or maybe she thinks I need to run up hills with her. I’m not exactly sure.
The only thing I’m really sure about is that I am not in need of running up hills while having my arm tugged because I need to hold onto a leash. Yeah, I’m pretty sure I could pass on that and still be okay. But it makes her happy. And her being happy make me happy. Although why running up a hill makes her happy is beyond me.
But when we think we are something other than how reality sees us and we can prove ourselves to be more than that, well maybe we just get happy. I’d think about it more, except I need to make sure that my arm remains in its socket!