There a place that Kloe goes that we call Kloeville. Actually it is not really a place but a state of mind. Or a moment in time. It might even be considered a spiritual or out of body experience. Kloe won’t say so these are my assumptions from observing her when she’s in Kloeville; her special place.
She lays on her back, back legs spread, front legs limp with paws dangling. Sometimes there’s a ball in her mouth and sometimes her lips are just curled up in a smile. Her eyes don’t fixate on anyone thing but they are open and alert looking mostly up. Her body is relaxed and it seems that her spirit is too.
Kloe is gentle soul with a gentle demeanor. I am convinced that her body, at almost 80 pounds – and larger than average for a female of her breed – is so big in order to house her giant heart of gold. And her large head is to hold all the wisdom she could share if she could speak. Instead her actions do the talking for her…
Often as I go about my day I’ll walk into a room, or when I’m sitting in a chair or at the kitchen table I’ll look over and see Kloe in Kloeville. And it makes me happy. It also makes me a little envious that my own version of Kloeville is not as defined and refined as hers. Even if it was I’m not sure I could
go to it achieve it as often or as easily as Kloe does.
I think there is a lot I can learn from Kloe!
I think there is a lot we could all learn from that sweet and wise dog!
Thanks Ann. I can’t say she’s made me smarter but she has made me better for sure.
Love that ‘wheels up’ smile! What a precious, sweet girl. 🦮
“Wheels Up”. I love it!
I think we could all learn from Kloe! ❤️ the idea of Kloeville.
I’ve learned so much from this sweet girl. Dogs make the best teachers. They are also excellent listeners – something else I can learn from! 🙂