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Conversations with a Sheepadoodle named Beau.

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For quite some time, I have been writing a series of conversations with Beaumont, the Sheepadoodle.

My daughters tell me they’re worried about me. “You know he doesn’t say those things, right mom?”, they ask. Not so delicately I might add.

“Of course he can” I reply.

And while deep inside I know he’s not actually ‘speaking’, I can hear his thoughts. He’s a very expressive dog you know.

In the course of writing down these conversations, I have been posting them on my Facebook wall. The comments are always reassuring — other people believe he can speak too! And they don’t think I’m crazy. (According to my daughters, maybe they do but they’re just not telling me.) But mostly, the conversations bring joy to others. And I love that they do!

Since Beaumont came into our lives just over 3 years ago, I have written over 30 of these conversations, mostly over the past year or so. They give me joy, especially as so many people connect with me over these conversations to tell me of the joy they bring them.

Several people have encouraged me to collect the stories into a book. They’re sure to be a hit, they say.

I’ve begun. It has been my summer project. The compiling of Conversations with a Sheepadoodle named Beau. I’m not sure how I’ll present the photos, whether I’ll sketch them or just leave them as is, but creating this project has been pure joy.

So whether Beau can speak or not, or whether I truly am channelling his voice or it’s just my inner cheeky child having her way or I’m just being silly, the joy of it all fills my heart.

And what could be better than that?

Me:  Beaumont. Come. We’ve got to go.

Beaumont:  It’s nice and cool here in the river. Why don’t you come in?

Me:  Don’t be ridiculous.

Beaumont:  Why is that ridiculous? It’s hot out there. Cool in here.

Me:  It’s time to go.

Beaumont:  Don’t you want to cool off? Kinda seems like you might need to.

Me:  I’m fine. Let’s go.

Beaumont:  You don’t seem fine to me. You seem kind of grumpy.

Me:  I’m not grumpy. I’m just hot and tired.

Beaumont:  I rest my case.

Me:  We’re leaving now.

Beaumont:  As you wish.

And so we left the river’s edge. Beaumont nice and cool and refreshed. Me, not so much.

 

Author: Louise Gallagher

I believe in wonder. I believe we are all magnificent beings of divine beauty. I believe we can make a difference in this world, through every act, word, thought. I believe we create ripples with everything we do and say and want to inspire everyone to use their ripple to create a better world for everyone. I'm grateful you're here.

13 thoughts on “Conversations with a Sheepadoodle named Beau.

  1. Love how playful this is. Beaumont seems like he had a good idea, just jump right in 🙂

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  2. I love this idea! I think a book would be great!

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  3. Okay, this is absolutely wonderful.

    A prophet is too frequently without honor in her own family, remember that.

    And, PS, I talk with dogs too. And birds, insects, and trees. For demonstration of both the reality and practical value of this ability, I will refer your daughters to an event recorded in the newspapers of Frisco, Colorado, in which an unusually hungry black bear (freak summer freeze, hibernation time) nipped in play, but refused to eat me.

    Your works with Beaumont will liberate so many to their inner knowingness, reconnect so many to planet and Selves.

    You just GO, gurl. 😘

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  4. By the way, I have nominated you for The Liebster Award. It is of course optional. Please check out the link, to learn more or to participate https://myheartwrote.wordpress.com/2018/08/22/liebster-award/

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  5. What is stopping you?

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