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Tag Archives: dogs
Even a four-day work week can get you down occasionally, and it’s so nice to have an extra holiday on a Monday. Not having to drive into the city is always a plus, even though sometimes the view is picture-worthy … Continue reading
A family member is resting after this morning’s sinus surgery, so I took the opportunity to run home and let Puppy Cody out (and take a few quick photos). Cody and I enjoyed it, but I don’t think the … Continue reading
Boom, boom, BOOOM!!! Yes, the 4th of July in the good old USA is always exciting, especially for kids, dogs, war vets, and survivors of terrorist attacks. The big, professional displays are noisy enough, but at least they tend … Continue reading