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- Zone Orange
- Love Taps
- And That’s Why I Hate Turkey Soup
- Because We All Love Puppy Photos
- Weekly Deja Vu
- Seeing the Light
- Anticipation, Still
- UGH – The day has come.
- Old[er] Age
- Zoom to 3
- Cutting Down
- Going Squirrely
- Full Moon Labor Day Weekend
- CM is 7!
- Q15 Applies to Dogs, Too
- Well, That’s Maybe Not Good
- The Chair
- The New Normal
- July Saturday
Tag Archives: puppy
Our newest family member. Say hello to Maya, the 10-week-old German Shepherd puppy – Puppy Cody’s new little cousin. If only the silly thing would hold still for 2 seconds so Grandma could get a nice, clear picture. But she’s … Continue reading
Our Riggsie died from bloat in 2013. A year later, we lost our Morgan to canine lymphoma. (Read about it – and see pictures, here.) In both cases, I suffered the guilt of wondering if I could have saved either … Continue reading
Thank you to those readers who responded to my self-serving award post! I wasn’t sure how that would go over, but you’ve demonstrated that at least some of you not only really love me and my blog (yes, grammar police, I … Continue reading