Room To Grow

This is Sheriff Peanut Butter Brickle. Do you ever feel like you’re too cramped up? I would say we kind of know what that feels like in the Big Blue Treat Wagon RV.

Maybe sometimes you feel like you need to run like the wind until you see no one or nothing anymore! Have you ever felt like that?

When you are camping all the time like we are, one of two things happen. You either get a big campsite with lots of room. Or. You get a campsite that gets you so close to your neighbors that you know what they had for dinner yesterday. I don’t know what that means.

When you get close to your neighbors, it depends on your neighbors and how neighborly you are if if works.

Some persons may not care they are close. They may go about their day not even noticing. Some persons want to run as far away as they can.

But what persons don’t know is that there is plenty of room on our earth for everyone and how they choose to grow. Some trees are able to grow and flourish close together.

Some trees grow bigger spaced out.

And even though they are different, they all grow towards the sky. They just have different ways of getting there. It’s how we can coexist with others that often defines our happiness and how we grow. I think persons miss this often.

Respect is key.

If someone needs you to grow, help them. But if they need their space, let them be. Let everyone grow at their own pace. We will all get there eventually!

-Sheriff Peanut Butter Brickle

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3 thoughts on “Room To Grow

  1. Theresa Bates

    Once when tent camping with my parents and my son, my mom looked at me and said, “You don’t really like camping, do you?” To which I responded, “If God wanted me to go camping, he would have given me a Winnebago,” which was the RV of choice in the late ’70’s. Today, I think, If God wanted me to go camping, He would have given me my own camp ground, complete with cottage. Because I think the RV life would start to wear on me. I like more space than you have in the BBTW; I can’t imagine how it feels when there are two two-legged persons and two four-legged persons that are not of the toy variety. But, yes, indeed, when you come across someone who needs his space (and I bet that sometimes that’s you, Sheriff), give them their space. Don’t crowd a strange dog because maybe that dog needs space, and will decide when it’s time to trust you enough to move toward you. Don’t get in another person’s space because that’s just rude. I saw a local RV park not long ago that had so many design flaws (at least, that’s what I saw there), I didn’t know how so many people would want to camp there. But it’s very popular. They have live bands on the weekends, and even occasionally have a farmers market on Saturday morning (which was why I was there). But the RV’s are squeezed in tight, and I don’t think I’d like to park where they’re so close. I think I would have to rent three spaces adjacent to one another and park in the middle one. And if you were two spaces away, I’d loan you some of my extra space so you, Sheriff, and your deputy, could have some room, and GP and BP and I could relax in the driveway between our RV’s — because nobody else would be parking an RV there.

    1. Theresa Bates

      I saw a matrix on the PetReleaf website when I was checking on whether or not it might be a viable option when I take my two cats across the Pacific. I think I will have to go in short bursts, maybe Houston to Los Angeles, LA to Honolulu, Honolulu to Osaka, Osaka to Fukuoka. Two to three days, but shorter hops for the kitties. Airlines mostly have an 8 hour limit for the length of a flight in which pets are allowed in the cabin. And with all the abuses people have been committing lately, they might decide not to let them in unless they’re Heavily documented working dogs (military, seeing-eye, medical support — but maybe not “emotional support” because too many people are faking that one. Sad, but true. Anyway — they have a matrix that tells you by your pet’s weight and the condition you’re trying to treat whether it’s appropriate and if so, how much you should use.

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