Blog the Change for Everyone

This news story irritated me this morning (emphasis mine). A dog described as an American Bulldog was visiting a Temecula home Saturday afternoon when the dog mistook kids playing as aggressive action, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department. … The dog, described by animal control officers as an American Bulldog, was with three childrenContinue reading “Blog the Change for Everyone”

When famous people die

After Kurt Cobain killed himself, one of my mom’s college students said she was so distraught that she couldn’t turn in her assignment. As a college student myself at the time, I thought that was a pretty shoddy excuse. I mean, light a candle outside your local record store, listen to Heart-Shaped Box on repeat,Continue reading “When famous people die”

In the background: A freeway falls into the river

For the Weekly Photo Challenge: In the Background, I give you Interstate 5 collapsed into the Skagit River. Allow me to zoom out so you can see how close my old office used to be to this freeway. This bridge has been in the background of my life for the past 10 years. From late 2006Continue reading “In the background: A freeway falls into the river”

I don’t eat Paleo, but my dogs do

Have you heard about the potentially controversial research that dogs, through evolution, can now digest carbs in a way that wolves could not? When I heard, and decided to blog about it, I was astonished to see how little I have written about raw feeding. A mention here or there, sure, but nothing significant since IContinue reading “I don’t eat Paleo, but my dogs do”

I’ve never liked guns

Who needs these military-style assault weapons? Who needs an ammunition feeding device capable of holding 100 rounds? These weapons are not for hunting deer – they’re for hunting people. ~Sen. Dianne Feinstein (Calif.) These things? Never useful. ~Buffy the Vampire Slayer I found myself in a discussion about guns the night before the Sandy HookContinue reading “I’ve never liked guns”