A few weeks ago, my friend and former jogging partner Ellen Sweet sent me this snapshot that she had just discovered while scanning old photographs into her computer. I remembered the picture, and I may even have a copy of it somewhere, but it was something of a shock to see it illuminated on my…Continue
I noticed the elderly man at the store today for a couple of reasons. (And when I say "elderly" I mean late-late 80's, NOT 57 as one blogger wrote recently. Sheesh! Of course, maybe even 80-year-olds do not FEEL elderly, what do I know?) …
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There was an old woman who lived in a shoe
She had so many cats she didn’t know what to do.
A few days ago my granddaughter Emma and I were out in the front yard welcoming the latest edition to our cat family. A friend was riding by and hollered out the window, “You’re the old woman who lived in a shoe.” I don’t know what in the world she could have been talking about. Surely it wasn’t the fact that there were a half-dozen cats and kittens…Continue
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A 'Cute' of puppies
For over 35 years, we have raised Old English Sheepdogs.
I love them.
To me, they are the perfect breed.
Happy, loyal, smart, easily trained, friendly, protective, gentle.
All of the best qualities of DOG writ large.
Joanne “Buckshot” Bryant was a notorious bank and train robber and is possibly best-remembered as the Queen of the Rustlers in the American West of the 1800′s. It could truly be said that this queen came from a family of outlaw aristocracy. Her parents ran the infamous Bryant Gang in Australia and may have even known the outback bandit…Continue
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