From the moment I learned how to write, writing has always been an important part of my life. Writing notes to my mother, if I couldn’t express my feelings out loud. Notes to boyfriends hoping to get a sweet note back. I was one of the first in my immediate surroundings, who eagerly started to use email. How great the possibility to type instead of starting all over again, repeatedly, because I don’t have a very legible handwriting.
Writing lists, trying to preserve an oversight between the always moving brain threads.
Lists to get an overview of the pros and cons of a specific choice. Lists to make sure I only buy what I need at stores. Lists of things I really want to research and/or read.
Lists. I just can’t live without them 😉
Beside all these lists, I started to write articles about welfare, behavior, health, care and nutrition in an attempt to contribute to dogs well-being. These articles are in Dutch and I am transferring them into an E-book, because:
Each dog is entitled to have a Dreampack !
I hope the information will be helpful for dedicated owners of these magnificent animals.
It is also an way to pay, again, respect to our dogs who have passed away.
Of course, I will announce it here on this website when the book is done 😉
As soon as I realized we humans of course also deserve a Dreampack, I began writing about a Dreampack for us human beings. At the same time a convenient method to update my loved ones after we emigrated to Germany about my (our) own Dreampack.
Writing is for me also an outlet and a lot of my brain threads I share here at this blog, curious about the brain threads of others.
2016 the year I discovered how fun it is to write together with others 🙂
Most of the time I write at my desk in our living room.
Cozy with our dog Joy around 🙂
N.B. I’m a Dutch soul, living in Germany, therefore my English will not be perfect 😉
~ Updated July 18, 2017