"Dogs are our link to paradise. They don’t know evil or jealousy or discontent. To sit with a dog on a hillside on a glorious afternoon is to be back in Eden, where doing nothing was not boring – it
I stole my son's Facebook status line as my blog post title today. I woke up this morning and, as I usually do, I picked up my iPhone to check my Facebook page to see what was up with the
Something woke me up way earlier than usual this morning. It was the sun! Bright and shiny! Join Dinah Dog and me on a walk around the yard – enjoy the wonderful sunshine with us!
I killed a seagull. I didn't do it on purpose but it happened anyway. I was driving down the highway – a small-ish, two-lane, no shoulder, kind of windy (with a long "i" sound), highway – towing Li'l Homey, and
Come along with me on a little trip down Memory Lane, as I jump back forty-two years ago to February 10th, 1971, when, in the middle of major aftershocks from the previous day’s 6.6 earthquake centered near where I lived,
2012 is quickly drawing to a close here on the left coast of the United States. Instead of reflecting on all the changes and events that happened in my journey this year, I’d like to wish us all a very
I first met Louise 10 years ago. She was one half of the cutest duo you could ever have imagined – two little black and white kittens, almost identical sisters, both of them sitting in a single too-small crate, waiting