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Face ShotD-Day: January 31, 2013. (D in this context is a way of saying “the” as in THE DAY my life has begun.

It’s February 28, 2016 and D-Day is when I have started to live and learn, make mistakes and learn from them quickly.

In that God-forsaken house (a term I use to call the home I lived in with my birth family) there was no growth, more battles, crises, and even though the one light (my dog Cutie Pie), I have not looked back since I left.

Family is everything, they say. I don’t. And I don’t believe in living in a place that suppresses me, where personal growth isn’t possible. I have tried. Even with study tools, my grades in high school and college were not the best. I’m out of there now 3 years and my marks are way up there. That says a lot, I think!

I have a cat, adopted from the Toronto Humane Society since July 2015. She makes my days even brighter. I think I may even have another cat. My roommate has a kitten, Angel, and she hangs out with me whenever I’m around. I feed her, comfort her when she needs it (because of the male kitten next door!) Another roommate has a dog that goes by the name Cesar.

Where I’m at now: healing from the past via pets and Imagery Rehearsal. Everyone gets a nightmare now and then and I’m arming myself with positive endings.

 

Cutie Pie and me. June 2000
Cutie Pie and me.
June 2000
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Angel. She looks it, doesn’t she?
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My timid baby, Ashley. Eyes on me while she’s hearing noises.
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Cesar. The dog who loves all animals and people.

Page updated August 12, 2015.

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