Tags » Behavior

Extreme Fliers

I’m here at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, enjoying the world’s largest general aviation extravaganza.  The smell of jet A and 100 LL (low-lead) in the morning air, the gentle roar of piston and turbine, and the sight of man-made objects defying gravity is something I’ll never get tired of. 205 more words

Behavior

Does Your Dog Simply Tolerate You?

Dogs have evolved to want to live with us, they are dependant on us
for food and shelter and will tolerate even the most horrendous… 338 more words

Dog Behavior

We're Not Lost, We're Gen Y

“Gen·er·a·tion Y: noun; the generation born in the 1980s and 1990s, comprising primarily the children of the baby boomers and typically perceived as increasingly familiar with digital and electronic technology.”

724 more words
Life

Healing the Inner Child

Every now and then I like to pick up a book that I have already read. Usually one where I have high lighted important passages in it. 372 more words

Spirituality

The Children of War: A Humanitarian Catastrophe Unfolds in Gaza

Israel’s incursion into the Gaza Strip triggered a bloody war. Brutal images of dead and injured Palestinians have circulated widely, but a cease-fire still appears to be a long way off.

Spiegel Online

Behavior

Eye-to-eye?

We visited the new gorilla exhibit at the Como Zoo with the grandkids the other day. While it’s wonderful to see the animals in a more complex, outdoor environment, it always makes me wonder what… 113 more words

Nature

it happens

This story is a good example of me “going with the flow” as opposed to “nuclear meltdown”. We’ve all had those days where the sh*t hits the fan and we handled it poorly. 484 more words

Life