Question: Why are wrinkles so attractive on a pug or bulldog, but not on a human?
Not sure, but maybe we should re-think it a bit. On the same day our dear Norbert passed a lovely lady, Bob our bulldog's breeder, passed away at the way too young age of 47 after a long struggle with cancer. I never had the chance to know her well but I admired her greatly, she was a truly conscientious breeder, a major animal lover, and a gifted trainer committed to positive reinforcement. Before she passed away she posted this on her face book page:
I often remind myself of this quote when I find myself be-moaning any changes I see in the mirror and while I'm not ready to give up the un-wrinkle pads Weasley's is posing with or my sunscreen and moisturizer, I'm determined to view my wrinkles in a new light. With any luck I, and all my loved ones will have time to earn many more.
Note: Tomorrow I promise a fun and silly post! I am determined to move forward into 2015 with a new commitment to living in the moment and appreciating every day, as a worry wart this a major challenge for me but the rough start to 2015 only shows me how important a goal it is.