Posts Tagged With: puppy

I just realized I never titled this post so I changed it to this

Hello world! How is my favorite planet doing??

This post is brought to you by my iPhone, I’ve never actually blogged on mobile so let’s hope for the best. It’s finally spring break which means I didn’t get out of bed until 11:47 AM today. What a time to be alive :’) I haven’t done anything exciting yet, just exercising a little and visiting my grandma!

I was making coffee earlier and I was all worried that Oliver (my new puppy) didn’t like me very much because whenever I try to hold him he turns into an escape artist whereas he literally gets a first-class ticket to dreamland when my sisters or mom pick him up. So I was thinking about that when I felt something fluffy plop down on my feet and there was Oliver, sleeping on my bare feet. I’ve attached a photo of him so you can absorb his cuteness as well. Another thing that’s been clouding my conscious lately is my hair. I’ve gone through multiple periods of being caught between wanting to transform into Rapunzel, or cut off all my locks. Right now I want to cut it to about my collar bones, maybe a little shorter and get choppy layers. 

Oh and another thing, I want to dye it pink.

WELL, I think I’ll spend some time jamming to pop punk, cleaning my room and making some cool art. Have a great day my wonderful readers! I appreciate you all and hope something exciting and unexpected happens to you real soon! 

Ps here’s a selfie for you

LOVE

Jessie :3

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When will I stop procrastinating? The world may never know.

Hello World! How are you this delightful Sunday morning? (rain is falling / steal some covers / share some skin) Did you catch that early 2000’s Maroon 5 reference? Of course you did because you’re musically hip and not uncultured. You go.

Oh my gosh I just missed 11:11. I had literally looked at my phone, it was 11:10, I texted someone, and I missed it. How did I take over an entire minute just to text? I didn’t even say much! Wow I must be a slow texter. Guess I have to wait another 12 hours to make a wish.

Commercial break over. Aaaaaaaaaaaand we’re back!

I’m in an unexpected great mood today. Maybe it’s just because I got more sleep than I normally do. I’ve been dealing with a lot of stress lately because I just have big assignment after big assignment in school lately, and being at work takes away any free time to mentally charge myself. So just picture an American girl dragging herself to her car with a low batter sign blinking above her head. That is me.

I do however have some great news. Yesterday one of my mom’s friends shared a post on facebook about a new litter of puppies that were rescued from a shelter and brought to a pet store near us. My family and I went there together to “just look” and “consider” getting a new one. Ha. Real funny, Mom you knew exactly what you were doing. Sooooo we’re officially getting a new dog! He’s a 9 week old Beagle-Shetland Sheepdog mutt and is ADORABLE. We named him Oliver and will call him Oli for short. I’m so excited for him, we don’t get to bring him home until Tuesday though. But when he comes here I’m going to take him on walks and let him sleep in my bed and teach him how to roll over and hope that he doesn’t try to eat my hamster.

Things are also going well with my boyfriend! Last night was interesting, we were just hanging out and were about to leave to go to his friend’s house when I started to not feel well and just became really unresponsive. I wasn’t sure what I felt like doing and was preoccupied with worrying over feeling worse once we got to his friend’s house. So then I started crying and he was like NO DON’T CRY IT’S OK and I didn’t want him to look at me with my makeup running and my hair sticking to my black river tears so I just got out of the car and staring walking around. I didn’t even know where I was going but not even 2 seconds later he ran after me and hugged me.

Who does that? I can honestly say I’ve never had anyone go out of their way to make sure I’m ok as much as he does. He’s so wonderful, God I’m so lucky to have him. I hope everyone reading this someday finds someone who makes them feel as special and loved as he does for me.

I’m going to be here for a while longer spending some quality time with my laptop. I have a super fun research essay to continue working on. Super SUPER FUN. I AM HAVING SO MUCH FUN. 

Well alright, I should probably actually go now before I accidentally break the internet. But it was lovely talking to you, let’s catch up again sometime soon. Love you all.

-Jessie

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All Dogs go to Heaven

Hey world,

I’m sad to say that this morning my family and I had to put our dog down. Her name was Brie, and she was a 12-year-old Beagle mix. She recently suffered kidney failure and was feeling so sick that she stopped eating and drinking, and rarely moved. It was awful to see her in such misery, so we knew this would be the best thing for her.

Mourning is a normal process following death, but I’m not someone known to stay down for long. So I figured I’d go online and tell the world some stories about Brie!

1. We rescued Brie from an animal shelter in 2002. She was the smallest puppy I’d ever held. Since she was a rescue pup, she was a lot less expensive than dogs from a mill. I enjoyed bragging to my friends on the playground that I got a dog for only 75 dollars. STICK THAT IN YOUR PUREBRED’S KIBBLE, SUZY. 

2. We found Brie on a website called PetFinder. Her bio said she was a boy. (umm)  She wasn’t a boy.

3. Brie was born with 3 other puppies if I remember correctly. When we brought her home for the first time, she sat in front of a mirror in our living room and howled. She thought she was looking at her brother :’) It was the first time we ever heard her make a noise.

4. We still are unsure as of why, but one time around 2004; me, my sisters and my mom were all gathered in a second-story bedroom with a window open. Everything was totally normal, until Brie came barreling in, jumped on the bed, and tried to jump out the window. Luckily, we had a screen installed so Brie bounced off of it like a new trampoline. I honestly can’t imagine the horror that could have resulted from her lack of marbles.

5. Brie knew what times my sisters and I came home from school. So from first grade though high school, I’d come down the street, always seeing Brie waiting for me at the front door.

6. Brie never ran away, not once. She liked eating our food while we looked away for 2 seconds and sleeping on our couches too much.

7. She hated water. Absolutely hated it. Hygiene is inevitable though, and every time we tried to drag her upstairs for a bath she would fight us with everything she had. So when we finally turned off the faucet and let her out of the tub, it was like she had just escaped prison. I’ve never seen an animal run as fast as Brie when she was hyper.

8. Brie was quite adventurous. Over the summer while we were enjoying a weekend at our family cottage, she decided to explore the wonders underneath the house for the umpteenth time, however during this quest, she got lost. We were eating snacks in the kitchen when we heard muffled barking. “Where’s, where’s the dog?” My sisters and I asked each other, peeking into different rooms. Long story short, my dad had to rip a short staircase away from the wall to help her get out.

9. Brie wasn’t affectionate. She didn’t like being pet for too long or it would annoy her. But she understood emotion. Growing up wasn’t easy on me, and anytime I’d cry, I’d hear her trot into the room and she would sit with me until I felt better.

10. Brie passed away in room #1 at our animal clinic. Since then, I’ve been finding lucky pennies wherever I go. I think that’s her way of giving me a sign. Who knew dogs understand American currency?

I hope I could give you guys a small sense of what a remarkable dog she was. I’ll miss her, but it’ll get easier with time. To anyone still reading this, if you have a pet, try to spend more time with them. Because one day you’ll miss finding their hair all over your clothes.

Love you all,

Jessie

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