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A Happy Dog

Have you ever seen a dog smile? This is my old boy, Brinkley. He’s 14. He doesn’t have many years left, but what he does have will be spent smiling and being content as can be. This is my mission.

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The Man and His Dog

For over 20 years our paths crossed almost daily when he was walking his dog and I was either riding my bike or running in the days before my knee said enough.  He had two dogs during those 20 plus

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Bessie

I fell in love when I first saw her. She was old and ugly in that way that is endearing. She looked at me through the bars of her kennel with rheumy eyes that spoke of things I didn’t want

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Posted in Animals, Animals and Rescue

Walking Dogs in Winter

It’s cold. Today I walk the shelter dogs. My heart is warm. Photo by Ryan Bruce from Burst

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Abandoned Pets

All wags, all wiggles, all bone. Despite being horribly abandoned by his owners, this little puppy greets all humans with great joy and excitement. Abandoned – no one knows for exactly how long, certainly long enough to become a wiggly

Posted in Animals, Animals and Rescue
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KayCKay Book Reviews

No one ever reads the same book. We all react to the written word differently. The following are my opinions regarding the books I have read.

Through Open Lens

Home of Lukas Kondraciuk Photography

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Strive to understand and not to judge.

Pauline Hawkins

Writer. Teacher. Storyteller.

Youngfully Employed

"Your career is your business, so manage it like a CEO."

The Daily Post

The Art and Craft of Blogging

A Little Bit Softer Now.

Reflections on Popular Culture, Writing, and Tai Chi

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sarah cedeño

Culture Collage

Lori D. Nolasco

ElizabethBrownFiction

novel excerpts, ruminations & updates