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Walking the Walk, Anyway You talk the talk and we walk the walk but when nose goes to sniff and tail begs to wag Where are you? In Yellowstone, no doubt where we can’t follow not having the bona-fides of … Continue reading
Member of the Family Call me mother, call me father call me source of life and strength call me sister, call me brother call me only home and hearth call me garden of paradise call me member of the family … Continue reading
No Kisses for Valentine’s Day (Belated) No kisses today I’m sorry to say I saw you about with a squirrel in your mouth a very dead squirrel you dropped at my feet a Valentine’s treat So I must remember to … Continue reading
Here is Beau reading Tolkien – what, again? The light has to be just right, and he has to be comfortable to read epic poetry.
Hi Friends! Just a little note to tell you that the joke is on me! My new computer will not let me access my blog – or many of yours either. But my old computer will. One at a time, … Continue reading
LINDEN BLOSSOMS We sit together under the linden just steps from the back door, your favorite spot in the yard. From here you could see inside and out guarding your domain. Now a gentle rain falls and joins with my … Continue reading
The Gift of Presence some things I have learned from my dogs (or am still learning): to be home for dinner; to love and accept without measure; to greet with joy; to give comfort by being present; to spit out … Continue reading
3 Unwished Wishes I wish these puppies would grow up and not pull; I wish there weren’t so much poop to clean up in the backyard; I wish the dogs weren’t along so I could hike in the national park. … Continue reading
Pity the dog
of René Descartes.
Spoke no French
and thus had no heart.
No thoughts, feelings
or wants had he,
mechanistic brain in poor body.
was the world’s