Every morning for two weeks, I have jumped on the computer first thing to see what needs to be done to roll out the message for the day’s campaign. It gets written, translated, passed along the appropriate paths, messaged, posted, tweeted… a process of some hours and certainly a tad more complicated than just suggested.
So it’s Day 13…. nothing to do right now but wait to hear what the judge says at the end of the day.
Ever seen a photo of monarch butterflies at the end of their migration? Their wings are torn and tattered; they are pretty beat up. That’s how I feel.
Martin Luther King said: Never be afraid to do what’s right, especially if the well-being of a person or animal is at stake. Society’s punishments are small compared to the wounds we inflict on our soul when we look the other way.
In this case, I think both a person and an animal are in need; for me, I could not look away.
I am so grateful for all the people that felt the same.
Thank you for the opportunity to work with such great people. I live to fight another day… hopefully with you all by my side!
Un besos all! Ciao.
The judge has granted an adjournment so Francesca Rogier can have Brindi assessed by a dog behavioralist. Court resumes April 16, 2010.