Note: When a litter of adoptable, adorable, healthy puppies is maybe 50 yards away from my office desk, I am compelled to break my own rule of not featuring dogs up for adoption. 190 more words
3 weeks, 6 days ago
Fayston, Vermont. With Susie Snow and her daughter Cecelia, along with Mavis, Cleo, and Simon.
Mavis came from Riverside Rescue in Lunenburg, Vermont. She’s eight, turning nine in January. 399 more words
1 month, 2 weeks ago
Fayston, Vermont. Our house sits at the end of a gravel driveway, off of a dirt road. We travel about two miles down the mountain to fetch our mail and to buy groceries. 92 more words
1 month, 3 weeks ago
Waitsfield, Vermont. With Lisa Davis, Luna (black lab), and Huck (yellow lab).
Huck Reinhold, who’s named after the mountain climber, is my husband’s dog. were introduced after we both had lost our labs. 233 more words
2 months ago
Fayston, Vermont. My son recently left home for his first year of college. He is an only child. Before he left, he was often asked how I was coping with his departure. 153 more words
2 months, 1 week ago
Fayston, Vermont. In last week’s post, I outlined how we planned to celebrate National Dog Day. I had to put that ambitious itinerary in writing, so I needed to follow it. 171 more words
2 months, 3 weeks ago
Happy National Dog Day! We’re celebrating by taking a long hike, then a swim, definitely a car ride, sharing a creamee, enjoying a good brushing, and indulging in a long nap. 22 more words
3 months ago