When I teamed up with Anna Roy, the President of the Animal Heroes Hall of Fame, last year, our main focus was to be able to keep Dagger's Legacy alive. At first, I was a little skeptical about teaming up with someone on the other side of the planet even though she was a super kind person to Dagger and me. You see, I live in New York and Anna lives in Cyprus. How was this going to work and also be successful with such a huge distance between us? After talking with Anna and coming up with a reasonable plan, we decided to give it a go. I think that success is defined as having a mission, being determined and putting it all into action. If all of these things are implemented and in place, one can also sprinkle in a lot of gratitude and blessings! All of which, Anna and I have experienced throughout our journey together.
Our "Howling Talent" Podcast has been hugely successful. Anna wrote about our Mission so eloquently by saying, "At Howling Talent, we are driven to do our part in making the world a better place by creating activities that empower individuals and communities. We strive to build productive relationships and make a positive impact with all of our pursuits." Thus far, we've interviewed everyone from talented animals' masters to filmmakers and producers. It's been enlightening and so very educational to meet such remarkable people and some pretty talented animals. We are already working on Season 2 ~ Episode 9. How great is that!! Now, that's something to HOWL about!
I invite and encourage everyone to listen in. You can listen on www.HowlingTalent.com, Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Our podcasts are scheduled bi-monthly, and are generally 30-40 minutes long. In fact, many of our guests feel so comfortable chatting with us that we continue our conversation well after the podcast interview is over.
If you happen to know anyone who would love to be a part of our "Howling Talent" Podcast, please email your suggestions to HowlingTalent@gmail.com
In addition to our "Howling Talent" Podcast
our vision also includes events throughout the year.
Our newest event is called "Kindness of Animals."
This event welcomes ALL animals…the talented animal painter, as well as the beginner animal painter. If your animal uses their snout or their paws/hoofs or they hold a brush in their mouths, we encourage you all to use your imagination and creative know-how and engage your beloved animal/pet to create an original Valentine’s Day Card to be given or sent to someone in your local area or overseas to brighten their day and make them feel valued and appreciated.
When your card/s are ready take a photograph of it and email it to us for our gallery with the first name only of the recipient and why you chose them.
If you deliver the card in person and they agree, why not send us a photograph of them receiving the card.
Remember to Hashtag us on social media:
I do hope that you will all get involved in our Valentine's Day Event. Either personally or by sharing our event with your family and friends. The more cards our animals create the bigger our community of happy Valentine receivers will be.
Have a very Happy Valentine's Day!
Remember to be the smile someone needs!
Happy tales to you,
A Place where I can Bark, Blog and Woof a Little
written by Yvonne Dagger