Yesterday, I got a call from my boss at wolf run.
Everyone who knows me or has been around here for a while knows I work with Wolf Run. What I didn't talk about, was having to leave my job there when I moved. It was like a second home to me, and it's my favorite place in the world.
I was heartbroken when I had to leave town and move home. I currently live 4 hours away from Wolf Run, and I only get to visit about once a month. The land and house where I live now is nice, and Echo loves having all the room to run, but I miss my babies at the refuge like crazy. I also miss the exercise and hard work (I'm weird). Here, I'm not motivated to do much more than walk the dogs. I was in the best shape of my life while working there. I love love love photography, and I've even lost motivation for that. I'm just not inspired here. There are also some other issues that I don't want to post publicly, so I'll just leave it at that.
Anyway, yesterday, I got a call from Wolf Run's founder, offering me the best opportunity that I could have even dreamed of. She offered to let me live at the refuge so that I could come back and take care of things there, and get my old job back. I'm ecstatic. It won't be for a couple of months, but to me, this all sounds almost too good to be true. I feel so fortunate that I was the one that was chosen to live at the refuge.
I don't know what this means for my arctic pup though. I plan to try to talk them into still letting me get one and keep her there while I live there.