Thursday, November 27, 2008

What I am thankful for...

I am Thankful to all of the animals at the rescue. If you listen to them, they can teach you alot about living...

Things I have learned about Life from the Shiloh Animals...

It's okay to be bad sometimes. Nobody can be good all of the time.

Feed carrots. When you run out, get another bag. Quickly.

Kick up your heels. It's okay to shine.

Good grooming really does make a difference.

Stay warm when you can.

Pig out!

There is nothing wrong with taking some time for yourself to lay down and take a nap.

If you are feeling small, be mighty. Don't let yourself be pushed around. Stand up for yourself and make yourself heard.

Know when it's time to make a clean getaway and then get the heck out of Dodge!

Share your meal with someone who is hungry.
It's okay to get dirty.

Seek shelter.

Keep your family close.

Sometimes it's best to keep a low profile...

Don't judge a book by it's cover. A scary face might hide a gentle soul.

Play, dance, and enjoy life! It's okay to act wild.

Take time to show kindness...

Sometimes the most important things are the most unexpected. Be ready for anything...



Eric Clayton said...

I love this posting! Very cool. Happy Thanksgiving to you too, Jill and Sally!

Mom said...

And we are thankful for Shiloh. Thank you, Jill, Sally,Tony and all the volunteers for the love and wonderful care you give to all the animals.

the 4 D's said...

This posting has to be the best of all !! Take the time to really look at the pictures and read each line and be thankful for what you have in your life and shiloh !!

Cheri said...

How cool this is! Ditto what Mom
said, thank you Jill,Sally & Tony
for living your dream. Being at Shiloh has changed my life in a
special way. Nothing has influenced me more than knowing these beautiful creatures, both animal and human!
Happy Thanksgiving

KellyByrd1 said...

I love this entry- and all the great 'bonuses' of being a part of the Shiloh world- the coolest people, the kindest animals, the looks of appreciation from all those big brown eyes (and some blue!) Shiloh has been a blessing in my life and my husband's... and we're grateful!