"Every man has a place, in his heart there's a space, And the world can't erase his fantasies Take a ride in the sky, on our ship fantasii... And we will live together, until the twelfth of never Our voices will ring forever, as one..." "Fantasy:" Earth, Wind & Fire Or so we thought, way … Continue reading “Every Man Has A Place, In His Heart There’s A Space, And The World Can’t Erase His Fantasies..”
Here is a respite from all the hell. A gift from Carol Hand and Pinto!
Carol A. Hand
When my beloved dog Cookie died, my heart was broken. We had weathered many challenges during our eleven years together. She survived many moves from her prairie home – to the northwoods, Rocky Mountains, and different Great Lakes region cities. I knew as we shared our last walk together in October of 2013 that no one else would ever take her place. I had no intention of ever adopting another dog. I hoped my grief would pass with time, but instead of diminishing, it only deepened.
By the end of October, my daughter, son-in-law, and granddaughter went with me to see if I could find a larger female dog. (I’m sure I wrote about this adventure, but I can’t find the story anywhere.) When we entered the animal shelter to look, the first dog we saw was Pinto, then tiny, a Papillon/Chihuahua mixed-breed.
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The following is a quote from an article which laments the American way of life a half century ago, and what that way of life has sadly become today. The article also gives clues as to those who are primarily responsible for its current, pitiful condition. Unfortunately, "we the [common] people" are also, to some … Continue reading “Once Upon A time”