Me. 29 years old, a pet parent, a dog trainer, a daughter, a granddaughter, an employee, a lover, a hater, a friend, an enemy, a survivor, an entrepreneur, a sister. A girl who struggles with every single every day choice, who endures the challenges of Bipolar Type II and all that comes with it. The journey of life is about trying to make yourself better every day. Sometimes, we make the wrong choice and it deeply affects us. But we would never be who we are today, or appreciate others’ and what they’ve been through if we didn’t go through it.
Hobbies and likes (Not necessarily in this order): Video games, drinking booze, reading, animals-dogs in particular, hiking and camping, helping people, teaching, training, organizing, reconnecting with friends, educating, listening to music, watching Grey’s Anatomy, Final Fantasy, Metal Gear Solid, Pokemon, Yu-Gi-Oh, killing fake things, dying my hair, getting pierced or tattooed, making inappropriate jokes, making friends, learning more about the dog industry, being outside.
Music: Muse, Apocalyptica, Hammerfall, Dragonforce, Nightwish, Rise Against, Evanescence, Foo Fighters, Coheed and Cambria, Type 0 Negative, Miyavii, Imagine Dragons, Mudvayne, Aerosmith, Malice Mizer, Silversun Pickups, MSI, HIM, Avenged Sevenfold, She Wants Revenge, A Perfect Circle, Nobou Uematsu, System of Down, Thrice, Richard Cheese, Stick Figure, Rebolution, Soja…and that’s the list for now.
Weaknesses: Fire and feathers.
There are things I want to write here that are harder to disclose, so I will update this as I gain the courage to write about myself. There are also a lot of unsaid words and feelings I can’t disclose because I just don’t know how, so as my journey continues, this will be updated.
Writing helps me get the feelings I am experiencing out of my system, and to move on. This blog may have some things about my dog training business, but mainly it focuses on me and my journey and how far I’ve come. My feelings, my battles, my blog. I say what I want.
My passion is training dogs. I have a pack of five, and love each one. Every time a dog comes into my life, I connect with them, learn from them, and love them. Training dogs, boarding dogs, daycare dogs, or a new furry pack member of my own. This is my joy.