Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Paws That Refreshes

I’ve referred many times to our younger dog as Big Blake, about 85 pounds of rambunctiousness who’s never met a substance that he didn’t try to eat. He’s lively. He’s fun. He’s carefully watched at meal times. He also, unknown … Continue reading

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Horton Hears an Owww!

There’s a place in your head where your cranium sits, And it craniates daily without throwing fits, But sometime last December, my cranium crashed, Making thinking as hard as a week-old Who-Hash,   There came first a wave, Pounding hard … Continue reading

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The Power of “Yes”

Any time we grumble at gridlock, I can imagine the surprise of the Founding Fathers. “A government that does nothing at all? Sounds like heaven, sir!” OK, that might be a bit too strongly worded. After all, the Constitution was … Continue reading

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