Sant is a poet and author. She writes on a variety of subjects from her own personal journey to fictional tales. She recently moved back to California from Chicago. She is very grateful for your readership, and would be thankful for shares.
Peanut Butter Doggo Treats
My dog, a sweet little ten-pound terrier, was nearly out of treats (GASP!). I do not currently have a car, so grocery visits are limited to a need basis when it comes to forking out for a Lyft. I debated ordering via Amazon Prime, but I often read recipes online for dogs, and decided to try my hand. Worse case scenario, they suck and I order them anyway, right?
As many people know, furry family (AKA: dogs and cats) can be a much-needed balm on a troubled mind. I have suffered from PTSD and severe depression for several years. Part of this package includes cycling through different medications; but I have yet to find the right mix for my brain chemistry. While the medical industry figures that out, I take solace where I find it. I truly believe the unconditional love of fur babies can leave pawprints on your heart, and heal a great deal of sorrow. I have two such furries, a small terrier named Pumpkin, and her very best friend, a Cat named Nemoy. When I moved from Southern California to the City of Chicago, my treasured pets came with me to live with my very best friend, Daniel.
Friends of a Certain Age
Friends can be found at any age, at any time, if only your heart is open. Throughout the years, I have struggled maintaining jobs, maintaining my marriage, maintain myself. But one thing that has never faded is my love of storytelling. My imagination has never failed me, and in pursuit of this happiness I found my way into a local writing group.