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The Barbary Blogs on: My Diabetic Dog

“whoever said diamonds are a girl’s best friend obviously never owned a dog!”

Anyone that knows me knows I’m a massive animal lover but I love nothing in the world more than I love my dog, Sasha. 2,544 more words

Pennsylvania Becomes 24th State to Legalize Medical Marijuana

Source: NaturalNews.com
Julie Fidler
April 20, 2016

After the state House voted in favor of the medical marijuana bill, marijuana activists were biting their nails for fear the Senate would find a way to slow or stall the bill, but the bill passed last week. 405 more words


When going blind is more than an inconvenience

As my eyesight deteriorates I am generally able to adapt to most things. You learn little tricks that help you do most things. For example I have one of those torches with the headband that enables you to shine the torch while leaving both hands free. 428 more words

Spring Planting, Cosmic Purple Carrot (Daucus carota sativus)

Cosmic Purple Carrot seeds went into the ground today, along with Cherry Belle radishes. Purple is a bit of a misnomer because this is an orange carrot with a purple skin. 385 more words

Circular Economy

Ask the Expert: Tower Clock Eye Center, April 1

Tower Clock Eye Center is an independent Ophthalmology practice providing medical and surgical eye care for patients in Northeast Wisconsin for more than 30 years. 45 more words

Ask The Expert Videos

Glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness globally. Glaucomatous vision loss occurs in the peripheral visual field (areas of vision other than where you are directly looking). 114 more words

Allison McKendrick

Over Pressure

More presidential election year drama. Continued global violence. Still no plan for dinner. It all makes me want to hide my head under a pillow, block it out. 513 more words

Low Vision