This also gives me time to do the other things important to me when I'm not working. Right now I'm going to the gym and working out especially hard. It takes muscle to move a 1,300 pound horse around with your legs! And, I'm working on Snow Blood Season 3. But... then there's also time for the dogs.
What do you do for fun, relaxation or sport? My husband Mark flies airplanes and rescues dogs. In fact, he has managed to combine the two with an organization called Wings of Rescue. They are a fantastic organization that I too help out with. What they do is fly rescued dogs to less crowded and more dog-in-demand parts of the U.S. And they take along cats too!
Dogs of all ages including pregnant dogs and their newborn puppies – spend their last day in a shelter and are euthanized simply due to lack of space. Too many dogs, not enough homes. Wings of Rescue volunteers work every day to change that by providing desperately needed air transport for their rescue partners and the thousands of animals they save each year from high kill shelters in California. Wings of Rescue pilots fly these precious passengers in private airplanes to their new forever homes and rescue organizations up and down the west coast in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and even Canada.
Later this month, they will be taking 1,000 dogs and cats, that's right, 1,000, to other parts of the country. This organization has saved and found homes for more than 15,000 homeless animals.
So, besides working, I'll be spending time supporting this project for Wings of Rescue on November 20th. If you are looking for a way to express your love for animals, don't hesitate to contact this wonderful group. Click here if you want to learn more. And don't hesitate to comment or tell me what ignites your passion.
Till Next Time,