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Tag Archives: puppies
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? CODY Puppy Cody’s dog license renewal came in the mail the other day. Wow, it’s been a year already? You all will remember when I found my puppy at the SPCA and…
I will have a post soon on my job hunting efforts. Meanwhile, as I listened late last night to the neighbor kids running amok in the street after dark – dodging traffic while riding hoverboards, bikes and scooters, and flying … Continue reading
Looks cute, doesn’t she? Now that she’s grown up, I can pretty much trust Puppy Cody anywhere in the house. Most of the time, that is. There’s a reason that we leave NOTHING out on counters or table tops at … Continue reading