The Wind Beneath My Wings

Nov 13, 2008   //   General  //  Comments Off on The Wind Beneath My Wings

What is the source of your energy and sustained enthusiasm? Sometimes it’s the incredibly supportive words of complete strangers. Today I received this email from a friend of a friend:

Dear Carolyn,

What a wonderful idea…I have goose bumps and watery eyes because you are so right on. This little source of joy for these children would mean so much to them…I can just see how they would cherish the photo their whole life.
My children are young…I have three daughters. I would love to go one of you photo missions with them! I have lots of thoughts and can’t wait to talk to you. I also know some other people who are passionate about world traveling that I know would be inspired by your idea.

Patti Hughes

Patti Hughes is destined to play a significant role in Dog Meets World.

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