True Story... A few months ago, while sprawled out on the couch next to him, my husband sent me a text message. “What’s for supper?”, he asked. Though I had been sitting next to him for over an hour, checking my blog and social media accounts, he felt that the only way he could get my attention . . .
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I'm what my therapist calls a challenge. I dodge his impolite and nosy questions with feigned umbrage, disgust and a razor-sharp wit. Trust me, I'm much more vicious in person without the face-saving filter of edit, rewrite and repeat I frequently tell him to stop looking at me, to pretend that . . .
Having large bully-breed dogs- one American Pit Bull Terrier, one pittie mix and two Dogo mixes- we spend a lot of effort finding appropriate toys. We also spend a lot of money purchasing toys in duplicate to ensure that we can quickly replace the ones that have been decimated. Even ones labeled as . . .
One of my roles at work is managing the Enrichment Program. If you aren't familiar with such programs, the goal is to stimulate the mind, body, nose, ears and eyes of the dogs and cats in our care. In short, I get to play with puppies and kittens and dogs and cats for at least part of the day every . . .
All of the dogs here on East Dixie Highway are terriers and, accordingly, love dirt. This is to be expected and for me, if not my husband, is part of their charm. Remember, I'm a frat boy at heart and my tolerance for filth is much higher than it is for normal people. And drool! I love a slobbery, . . .