Comments06/10/2016 #1 Kim WheelerI saw something, a fleeting glimpse, I held my breath as I focused my camera, my heartbeat slowed,my life stopped, nothing was important,just for that few seconds I was in paradise,I clicked the button and there she was in all her beauty,mother nature, and in the next second, she was gone..never to be repeated or viewed again..thats photography at its finest..
- Producer25/04/2016When your best friend is a dogWhen your best friend, is a dog...by Kim Wheeler We are surrounded by humans, everywhere we go; there they are, walking, talking, eating, laughing, crying and sometimes shouting. So why do some of us choose to be far away from the noise...
Comments30/06/2016 #13 Wayne YoshidaThank you for this Buzz, Kim Wheeler. Every time people complain about their relationships with other people, or if they are depressed / not happy, are not enjoying life - I always suggest they should get a dog. They relieve stress, don't complain, always welcome you home and are always ready to play a game of fetch.30/06/2016 #11 Kim Wheeler#10 @Deb.............funny enough after a book of poems (where i cut my teeth as a writer) I also wrote a book about dogs called 'rescue dog rescues man,...' which in truth they did and still are.............always good to hear others people's experiences and happiness from owning and loving such a beautiful friend..K25/04/2016 #10 Deb 🐝 HelfrichI am so glad to see this story, @Kim Wheeler. You have poignantly expressed a number of reasons why I chose to live my life with a dog. The simple love, reciprocated because it exists, nurtures me endlessly. A canine companion is priceless in my opinion. It is why my first book is about my dogs. As a fellow writer & dog lover, I salute you for all that you have accomplished and all the good stuff that is next on your journey!25/04/2016 #8 Pamela 🐝 WilliamsBeautiful @Kim Wheeler, in my turbulent teens I found my confidant in a wolf. I basically stole her from a young man that found it amusing to get her high by blowing marijuana smoke in her face. I threatened to turn him in if he did one thing to stop me from taking the pup. It took a year of living under our house for her paranoia to ease but from that point on we were rarely parted. When the normal teen angst hit I would lay on the ground next to her and unload all my woes. She never judged or told me I was being an over-emotional teen. She just listened and gave me the occasional wolfie kisses. It's been more years that I care to count and I still miss her. Sometimes a human just won't do!25/04/2016 #5 Brigette HyacinthExcellent Post Kim. My puppy passed away a week ago. It was just so sudden. She was so beautiful and loving. A great friend and confidante. The only thing she couldn't do was talk. I miss her dearly even last night I dreamt her :'( Keep up the good work Kim. You are a wonderful human being!25/04/2016 #3 NO oneThere's no more loyal, honest, and innocent being in the world. I wish humans were more like dogs. In fact we have many faults but it's so beautiful that dogs will never see them and even if someone treats them bad, with time they forgive and keep on being innocent and caring (nothing lifke humans). Beautiful buzz @Kim Wheeler