Our dog Naya is 13 years old. She is teaching ME how to take care of an elderly dog. She is not your typical idea of what 'elderly' might look like, as she was out snowshoeing with me today. I, of course groomed the path, but she followed, digging her nose in the snow. We have had a bit of a challenge with her as of late. She is becoming 'incontinent' in her overnight stay in the garage, (Mike's domain). Cleaning up after her, keeping her clean & looking her best, is not a glamorous job, by any means. With much frustration & determination, I think I have it figured out. It doesn't take 'rocket science' however, since I have not dealt with this issue before, it has taken some creativity & thought, alot of 'trial & error' & sadly, some harsh words & strong displeasure with her. I have found that timing & strategy is everything! We have had two dry nights in a row. I am learning about unconditional love, respecting her at this stage in her life & helping to maintain her dignity. As long as she has sparkle in her eye's & enjoy's our walk's together, she will remain, 'My Naya Girl'!
I love mountain living, am inspired and grounded through the beauty that surrounds me. I value loving relationships in an intimate setting along with delicious foods, and rich coversation. My family is of utmost importance and my greatest desire is to live and leave them with a legacy of wealth, spiritually and financially. My greatest gift is to encourage others to live out their purpose and destiny in life. I love to travel, learn, read, draw, journal, listen to music, worship, and hike.