Writing

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 a 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 also deserve a Dreampack, I began writing about a Dreampack for us human beings. At the same time, It was 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 🙂

The real queen of the house

N.B. I’m a Dutch soul, living in Germany, therefore my English will not be perfect 😉
~ Updated July 18, 2017

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  1. Hi Patty, it’s such a pleasure to meet you. I wanted to thank you for visiting my blog and liking one of my posts as it brought me right here to yours. I look forward to reading more of your beautiful works. Have a great day! ~Steph

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