Every year we take the dogs to a tree farm and pose in front of our tree before Rob cuts it down. Following on my earlier post this week, Leo continues to impress me. He sat down, even lay down, while I set up the tripod. People walked by, and I did reward him withContinue reading “Our Christmas Tradition”
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Celebrating 5 years of Mia, age 12
Birthdays are funny. It was a Big Deal when I turned 40 in October. But I didn’t feel any different. We don’t know when Mia’s birthday is, and we don’t really know how old she is. So we celebrate the anniversary of the day we got her. Which was five years ago June 4. AtContinue reading “Celebrating 5 years of Mia, age 12”
Big Leo turns six
Leo’s sixth birthday was Sunday. How do your pups like to celebrate? Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop Powered by Linky Tools Click here to enter your link and view this Linky Tools list…
Girls like flowers
After 14 springs in Washington state, I guess I don’t have to go to the tulip fields every April. Fortunately, Mia and I saw some color in the beds along Mount Vernon’s newish Skagit River Walk. Join the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop! Powered by Linky Tools Click here to enter your link and view this Linky ToolsContinue reading “Girls like flowers”
Is it Christmas yet?
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Every day should be Bring Your Dog to Work Day
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Top 6 Dog Books for Veterans Day
I was reminded how much respect and gratitude people in this country have for veterans when I went to Disney World last month with Rob’s dad, a career Navy man. When he wore his Retired Navy hat, total strangers thanked him for his service all day long, sometimes bringing a tear to his eye. Today,Continue reading “Top 6 Dog Books for Veterans Day”
Merry Christmas from 1979!
As far as I know, Schatzi was the first family dog I knew. She belonged to my grandparents in Indiana.
They know if you’ve been bad or good
Two hours after I left to go to LA for a few days, Rob sent me a photo of Leo pouting by the front door, either waiting for my return, or longing to relive his romp from the previous day, when he slipped past Grandma and raced around the front yard for a few minutesContinue reading “They know if you’ve been bad or good”
December so soon?
This is our family tradition. Every year, we go to the same lot with our dog(s) and pose in front of our tree(s) before Rob chops them down. We get two trees: one for the house and one for the martial arts studio. We’ve been going to the same lot since before we had dogs,Continue reading “December so soon?”