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Category Archives: Dogs
Oh my, could life get any better than this? Vintage ads are the best.
Artie, the One Dog Party. The perfect description of this Artie. I found Artie on the internet, I admit it was love at first sight. I had wanted a scottie since my fourth grade report on FDR’s scottish terrier Fala. … Continue reading
Boston Red Sox fan here, full of stupefaction and short on sleep. Forgive me if I make no sense. Game 3 had this: Followed by Game 4 with this: Which makes for anything but a boring series. Yet life continues … Continue reading
“Ms. Sweetman? This is Dr. Hafafablak. I’m calling to let you know that Honey Sweetman is doing just fine.” Two thoughts ran through my head as I processed this information: 1. I actually have a dog named Honey Sweetman. 2. … Continue reading
Color themed photos! Perusing through my year in pictures, some of the photos caught my eye because they are monochrome, which I thought made them kind of interesting. Last one is the best one because it’s my favorite.
Thanksgiving 2011 was a great success. It was a terrific dinner thanks to Mr. B and our delightful guests who brought amazing dishes and a lot of fun. Overall, a perfect Thanksgiving gathering. Luckily Honey’s skunky smell didn’t take away … Continue reading
Have you gotten a whiff of something and asked, “Do you smell a skunk?” Silly, rhetorical, I know but it’s a question I’d love to ask right now. I’d put out some hard cash, maybe even a solid gold bar … Continue reading
Is anyone really surprised about this little bombshell? That’s right, The Neighbors are moving. While the most you probably assume it was the triple swarm episode of last spring (ahem, my legal representation insists I restate that not one person … Continue reading
All right, the time has come. I am ready to admit it: I’ve been posting so infrequently because I’ve been up to much bigger things as of late. I was happy that you’ve believed I’ve been wallowing in the Will … Continue reading