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Monthly Archive for May, 2012

Thought I should post another light reading and I came across this one.  It turned out to be timely; it’s theme is Optimism.  This reminded me of the talented Michael Lutin and his advice for the coming weeks: I quote (sort of):  Worried nervous apprehensive jittery—don’t waste your time. Put your head and heart in […]

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Over and over I hear from clients whose pets are showing .  Each situation is different but a common theme has emerged–boundaries!–and this time we have a new planet to thank: Saturn in Libra, wheeeee! How much fun has this transit been?  It started on October 30, 2009 and continues until October 2012.  From cafeastrology.com:  […]

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Things are getting kinda heavy out there; let’s look at something light.  This is a re-posting of of a very fun reading. Drive carefully out there, and send good thoughts toward Colorado.  I’m smelling wildfire as I sit at my kitchen table. And now, back to our Schnauzer: Speaking of the gifts our pets bring […]

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The planets are asking us to be the best and highest versions of our selves that we can be.  I’m noticing our pets are stepping up their work to help us change.  How are they doing this? They’re showing us where our boundaries ought to be, by behaving in ways that are unacceptable.  Let us […]

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Pets come into our lives to heal us.  If you don’t believe that, you’re not watching enough cable TV.  Listen, that basset hound wouldn’t have shown up on your radar if she didn’t have something to show you.   Just like your husband, your best friend or that jerk who works in the next cubicle.  […]

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Recently an animal lover showed me some photos of her pets.  Two cats and a dog; she had pictures of the trio in a beautifully bound little book that a friend made for her. All three pets had come from shelters.  The woman remarked that one of the cats had gone through multiple homes.  Why […]

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It’s Sunday.  Get out there and chase a ball. (For more animal pictures, go here.  For more Bored Panda, go there.)  

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Earlier this year, Dallas-based photographer Sylvia Elzafon took a series of animal portraits that featured pets in shelters awaiting their forever homes.  The photos gorgeously capture each animal’s distinct personality.  Here are two of my favorites:               Elzafon told the Huffington Post: I began my original shelter series in […]

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