Future Generations[HADLEY] Jul 12, 2014 17:37:22 GMT
Post by Athena♥ on Jul 12, 2014 17:37:22 GMT
Ash ll 4 year old ll Decus ll German ShepherdThe young German Shepherd was more than happy to be back at this park, and more than happy to be there with the plans he had in mind. Hadley was going to be here soon, and he could only hold himself back as he knew what the day held in store. Over and over, the two had been meeting and not too long ago, they had confessed their love for each other. He through a drawing and Hadley right from the bottom of her heart in words. And now, the canine was almost positive it was a good time to take things to the next level - having a family. That was the one thing he had always dreamed of. Falling in love, have a few romantic encounters, and then children of his own. When he met Hadley, it was like a smack in the face that told him to wake up. He was getting older, not younger. But, Hadley, she was still in her prime and as beautiful as ever.
Ash just couldn't imagine not being with her and not celebrating every moment of the rest of his life with her. And that was what he was planning to do today. Today - he was bringing her back to the place she and him first met. The first night they sat under the stars and enjoyed the moon together. Oh, Ash just loved the moon. And tonight, with the news, he couldn't think of a better day to tell Hadley as long as it was under this moon. In this place. The Shepherd weaved his way past the last few remaining people in the park. It was just about sunset, and he hoped the red and white she dog would be here in time. He had planned a little early so that he could ask her right when the sun set and the sky turned that beautiful color that matched the beautiful she-dogs fur. Ash trotted right up to the lake, ears perked and alert, though it might have been from the excitement as well.
He waited in an agonizing silence - he just wanted to see her. And when he did, his eyes lit up and his tail thumped rapidly against the ground.
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Sorry this is terribly late!
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