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Finally, Someone Grateful For Food

Gill thinks it’s hilarious that I take such pleasure in feeding the various and sundry dogs that end up in my care. There are currently three — a hound the size of a small horse, The Pig (a rather rotund beagle that, since having her cancerous spleen removed, has been trying to fill up the vacant space inside), and Mr. 725 more words


Welcome to Middle Age

The first of Gill’s friends has reached that great milestone, Birthday #40. I can’t believe it! Actually, it’s impossible that this has happened — since I am in no way old enough to have offspring or their friends that old! 562 more words


How The Judgey Have Fallen

I’m not one to quote scriptures (since my relationship with the Bible is tenuous at best) or platitudes but there are a few that occasionally come in handy. 599 more words


New study: record high 30.3 percent of millenials live with a parent

Those on the left assure us that the secret to creating more jobs is making it easier for more people to go to college. We have to keep taxing job creators and workers, they say, so that we can pay for more people to get a college indoctrination. 797 more words


Fun and Games In The Snow

It’s been a strange day here (so what else is new, you’re asking?). We’ve had quite a bit of snow this week and our approach to snow removal has been haphazard at best. 846 more words


The Stink That Wasn't

Yesterday was a disturbing day. I often rail about Crazy D’s many dances with death and dismemberment as he careens off cliffs on his bikes, rock climbs or camps in freezing temperatures. 634 more words


Homeward Bound and That's Fine

The plight of college graduates returning home to their parents  is a phenomenon that many people sees as negative. As such, they come up with many shoddy explanations for the great stagnancy of adult development, such as this… 405 more words