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Henri does not care for your pagan ritual.

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Six-year-old Oshi the Cocker reminds us: if you’re not having fun, you’re doing it wrong.  These glorious photographs are featured in Seth Casteel’s Underwater Dogs, just out in hardcover. From the Huffington Post: Casteel, who, naturally, has two dogs of his own (a mini Labradoodle and a Norwich terrier), said that he’s drawn to underwater dog […]

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I met a woman recently who was fascinated by what I do.  Fascinated!  If you set aside the fact that we’re all intuitive and it really just takes practice, I suppose sitting in an office in Colorado and chatting with a cat in Great Britain could seem fascinating, sure. Why not? Speaking of fascinating, this […]

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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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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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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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They say the veils are getting thinner.  I think it’s true. Several years ago I walked down the street, glanced at a man and saw a .  But in those days, it was a once-a-year experience and I kept it mostly to myself, but for my long-suffering husband and one skeptical friend.  Now it’s common. […]

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I got to thinking about Maggie’s many gifts to us throughout her 16 years.  Some were difficult to interpret. She woke us between 3:00 and 6:00 a.m. every day of our lives, so we would have the pleasure of putting her in the garage.  Even though she had her own door. She gave an awkward […]

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Interesting Times

I was standing in line at Sunflower Market.  The checkout clerk was a young man with short, wild black hair, long sideburns and bone spiral earrings, black.  He was talking about the Wall Street occupation with a customer.   When I got to the front of the line he said, “sorry, talking politics.” “That’s okay!”  I […]

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It’s stormy sailin’ these days, y’all.  But the animal kingdom stands ever vigilant and ready to serve.   From our friends at icanhazcheezburger.com:          

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