Monthly Archive: March, 2014

Unexpected

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Today’s visit to the vet wasn’t quite what I expected wanted. Vizsla Mutt is part Labrador and part happy hound, lumbering toward the gate to greet me with her tongue hanging out and… Continue reading

Karma

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I was checking out Granny K’s website and the idea for this blog popped into my mind when I read this quote: Garrison Keillor Nothing you do for children is ever wasted. They… Continue reading

2 dogs and a human

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2 Haiku for you while cramping legs relaxing, dogs another day.   1,   Fat White dog resting bony poundage on my leg cramps body, numbs sleep.   2.   One foot of… Continue reading

Microwave your brain

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As usual, Austin had some great questions on his weekly jump  start blog.http://moviewriternyu.wordpress.com/2014/03/29/jump-start-your-brain-microwaves-friend-or-foe Since the dinosaurs died out shortly after I was born and I still remember what a tea kettle looks like,… Continue reading

Dog on bed

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  What is this dog thinking? 1.  If I put my butt near mom’s face, the bed will smell better. 2.  I’m marking my territory so no one else wants to come near… Continue reading

Why Bother?

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It’s just plane ridiculous! Don’t you hate waking up feeling as if the world is caving in on you?  I feel like Earth in the movie 2012.  Volcano eruptions, polar shifts, Earth turned… Continue reading

Sleeping with Dogs. Haiku-p.u.

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Turkey aroma wafting sweetly, beckons dogs. Night passes fowl gas.

FLYING BLIND: Or how to get a non-stop round trip ticket to Canada for less than $364 US dollars.

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Originally posted on nudge. wink. report.:
It’s a bit of a dilemma trying to find flights to Canada, where the best adman and editor in the universe reside. You may be wondering, “Why…

Don’t Mess With Momma Bear

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Another fun one to write. The great, expressive pictures are such inspiration!

Why I was late for work?

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5 dogs roll in sand and shake bodies in kitchen.  Grains make a fine mess.   (Sounds good, doesn’t it? Wish it were true)