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Tag Archives: Teddy Rosalie
’cause everyone needs a friend now and then … … and Puppy Cody would rather eat Teddy Rosalie than cuddle with her (just like bunnies). *** Teddy Rosalie’s dog needs a name. Any suggestions? __________ I love to hear from … Continue reading
Yes, I’ve posted this before (more than once), but it’s still a favorite of mine – and many of my newer readers haven’t seen it. I re-post this today as a thank-you to everyone who gave me virtual hugs in … Continue reading
It’s crappy weather, and I needed books anyway. So Teddy Rosalie and I took a short trip to my favorite library branch, the Audubon Branch, next to Waltons Wood Park in Amherst. Teddy had never been inside a library and … Continue reading