Category Archives: Our Dog

I’m Not Mine

About 30 years ago, I took the plunge.  In more ways than one.  Inside of a year’s time I repented, was baptized, and got married.  [Not the best formula, Young People—but that’s another blog.] So there I was:  a rebel … Continue reading

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When it Rains, It Pours

I did a face-plant on the dance floor the other night.  No, I can’t tell you what happened.  (I’d really like people to stop asking that!)  Man, I turned red.  But I got vertical faster than even I expected, and … Continue reading

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Something’s In The Air (Again)

= – = – = ‘Had a pretty busy day today, No real time to blog. But just as I was headed to bed, A skunk done sprayed the dog. So why not write a few things down, While Lily … Continue reading

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When in Danger or in Doubt, Run in Circles, Scream and Shout

Sometimes our giant puppy gets hyper—running all over the house at break-neck speed, cutting corners with precision, tightly rounding coffee tables, charging on the straightway, screeching to a stop, and repeating the process—for about two minutes until his metabolism is … Continue reading

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As Told By Ben

Last night, when it was time for my big sleep, I could not find Alpha-Lily!  That short lady wanted me to stay in bed, but I really needed to wait up for Alpha-Lily, harass the cat, and do one more … Continue reading

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Ben

The puppy is getting bigger.  It’s like having a 30-pound infant.  He needs to be baby-sat, fed, and cuddled.  And he’s cute!  Ben is learning a lot; it seems he is a teachable animal.  He did go to a frayed … Continue reading

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The EASY Button

My daughter is trying to housebreak a 4-month-old Labrador.  As much as she’d like to push the EASY button and have it done with, it’s going to be a long haul; she’ll need to be diligent, perseverant, and consistent. Most … Continue reading

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