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The Deliciousness of Earthy, Early Spring

It’s spring, or at least it’s supposed to be, and yesterday presented the first hint that spring might be on her way. I grabbed by rake, pruning sheers, wheelbarrow, and set about to clear the way for my just-this-past-fall-planted red

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A Boy on the Bridge

Boy on the Bridge Winter, cold; snow and ice Coating roads, sidewalks Morning rush hour Cars speeding across the bridge A boy, standing On the wrong side Near the edge He looked at me His brown eyes wide, whites showing.

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The Caper of the Coveted Octopus

Several posts ago I introduced our precious puppy-mill Mama, Finja. She has succeeded in quickly and permanently wrapping herself around our hearts. Just one of the myriad reasons for this is “her baby.” She came to us with her very

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The Little Standardbred Who Did

He is blind. He is wary, scared of anything that does not revolve in his orbit. This goes for simple things like a lazy ride in the park, or even hand-grazing in what is for him, another galaxy. The blindness,

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About A Puppy Mill Boston Terrier

She often gazes off into space and she needs to be carried outside to do her business – back in, too. She startles easily so I do everything slow and easy when I am around her. She barks and growls,

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Riding the Rails

A week ago, I had the delightful pleasure of taking 3 separate trains on my journey home. Trains have peppered my life in lovely ways: the electric train set my parents gave me when I was a child, the trains

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Doggy DNA

Rosie, Posie, Pudding and Pie: just one of the many pet names I have for my precious little Boston Terrier (not). Why the not? Read on. We were suckers. Both Dominic and I wanted a puppy, a Boston Terrier puppy,

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