It started out as a simple task. Strap a GoPro camera to Storm and let him run around for a bit. It worked really well until he decided he didn’t like the camera so decided to dispose of his problem. What you will see in this video is two minutes and fifty one seconds of sheer terror for the GoPro camera when it was lost and alone in the wilderness of the local school oval.
Did we ever find the GoPro? For the purposes of mystery and intrigue I will not answer that question. Instead I’ll make you watch the video however I doubt you’ll thank me as the majority of it is not very interesting.
Please don’t laugh at his floppy ears when he runs, he’s very sensitive about how they bounce around. I think they are hilarious but haven’t told him….neither should you.
We all have our fears, and sooner or later we need to get over them to survive life. Storm is not frighted of the doorbell, he’s never met a person he hasn’t liked, he loves every cat and dog he’s ever known despite them not alway sharing the love.
Today he met his fear, and he doesn’t know how to cope.
Some days it’s good to sit back and enjoy the world. There is nothing better than standing on the edge of a lake at dusk and look around at the beautiful world around us. It is annoying that the ducks don’t want to play with me, I understand their fear but for once I’d like for them to waddle over and just say hello. I saw a fish in the water, he saw me and swam away. Why do they do this to me? I mean no harm to anybody, I want to be their friends.
I enjoy the feeling of the wind blowing in my face, the different smells near the water and the feeling you get when you realise even when things are not going your own way you still know everything is going to be ok.
I deserve this, I am Storm and I am the master of my world. I’m not sure what do to next, but I will think of something.