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    Dominoe Dominoe Presentation Transcript

    • dominoe I was in-between. Fiercely independent Money saved up. And time before I headed west.
    • My roommate called. Someone found a runaway dog. Dominoe.
    • Named her after the damsel in Sharky’s Machine.
    • Malnourished. Skittish. Afraid of a suddenly raised hand.
    • We walked in the woods, she always a few yards away, my buddy.
    • One day, we drove farther, walked in the autumn leaves.
    • Met an old friend. We chatted about 15 minutes, and I turned around.
    • She was gone.
    • I was hours running up and down the trail, yelling her name. I was worthless. I could take care of myself, but no one else. Worthless.
    • Darkness.
    • I would camp out. Return the next day. I would do that every day, until I found her. Every day. I cried back to the car.
    • … and there she sat, waiting for me. My awareness became a circle of responsibility much wider than myself.
    • We drove across the country…
    •  
    • … had adventures.
    • Saw exciting lands.
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    • Made a home.
    • She parted a few years later. But I never forgot what I learned that day in the woods.
    • Dominoe.