It’s Silly, But I Believe
It’s hard to believe the holidays are here. Even harder to fathom, another year has passed. I’m taking the last week of December off(ish). But not to worry, the wonderful human Cammie will be packing orders Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday next week.
One of my favorite holiday traditions is watching delightfully cheesy movies, you know, the ones that you can predict the ending within the first five minutes but still keep your attention with their promise of magic and miracles.
So, today I offer these beliefs inspired by an all-time great, classic Christmas movie, Miracle on 34th Street.
I believe dogs bring out the best in us, whether getting off the couch and out of our heads for a walk or enjoying a lazy weekend afternoon snuggling together.
I believe that dogs demonstrate daily that silence and sleep are underrated.
I believe dogs know and feel more than science will prove in my lifetime.
I believe Gavin and Finn helped me learn what love, compassion, and patience genuinely are. Because of them, I’m sure I’ve only scratched the surface.
I believe the lessons dogs teach us about being present and playful far outweigh anything we teach them.
I believe that dogs are among life’s greatest miracles, and we’re all blessed to share our homes and hearts with them.
May your holiday season be joy, love, and dog-filled.