Beautiful sunrise this am and so many lesson to learn this day. To better ourselves and help us be phenomenal Leaders. Part of that journey starts today with Acting lessons with the power house THE @jonnajohnson1 . Acting and Life Coach, Jonna and her technique has inspired many successful leaders on and off the big screen. We are pumped to be in her presence.
GOOD MORNING 💖
Haven’t done an introduction on here in a while so here’s some fun facts about me:
🔥 I’m obsessed with astrology and my sign is Aries rising, Leo moon, Sagittarius ascendant (TRIPLE FIRE BB!)
💞 I worked in hospitality for 10 years, but quit my job recently to pursue my art career full time!
💫 I’m from a tiny town on Long Island that’s only 1 square mile! And it’s one of my favorite places ☺️
💜 I studied French for 8 years and am still pretty conversational! (Un petit peu!)
🌙 I’m a trained opera singer and have performed at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center with the choirs I was a part of! Singing is still one of the things that brings me the most joy and I sometimes regret not pursuing it further.
🖤 I have a pet chinchilla who is 5 years old. His name is Fucker but I love him to bits! He’s my little cuddle prince ☺️
Your turn! Share a fun fact about yourself in the comments! And if you have any questions about mine ask in my stories 😊
Truly bonded pairs aren’t that frequent at a shelter. Much less frequent than many presume. But when a truly special, dependent relationship is observed or noted, every effort is made to place the animals together in their new home. It can be a tough sell, even when the pups are as small as Twix ( #52177) and Clyde ( #52178), with us while their owner is in the hospital. Yesterday, as I was taking this photo, a mother and small son approached the pair and Clyde, the snowy, more extroverted of the two, immediately rushed to the boy’s extended, tiny fingers with a lick. “What does ‘bonded’ mean?” she asked, pointing to the note on their kennel. “You have to take them both?” “That would be ideal,” I responded. “They seem to be very attached,” Twix and Clyde now huddled tightly in the corner, like chocolate and its icing. She pursed her lips and moved on, reclaiming the son’s hand against his protests. Two small mouths are still two mouths that need food, and two little bodies that need vetting and walks. Hopefully these brothers will be able to return to their rightful owner as soon as they’re well, to continue their special bond unfettered. Likely to make room for another, possibly once part of a pair, or more. Who might have lived in harmony with their housemates but, as is so often the case, will move on to a home all their own. 🖇