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Archive for January, 2009

Snow for Sale

It’s still dark, but I think there’s more snow out there. :)

Sadie is having some problems with arthritis and a stiff hind-leg, so I’m taking her to see the vet this morning. She’s back on her diet–no more random treats, no more people food. She’s adjusting, sweet thing that she is. It’s time for some tough love, and as long as I don’t look into those soulful brown eyes while I’m eating, I’m okay.

Years ago, I read a book written by a man who advocated giving dogs people-food. He made a very good case for it. And I wish

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Relief in Sight

We had another four or five inches of snow in the night, but there’s light at the end of the tunnel (I hope it isn’t an oncoming train), as we should get rain tomorrow and that will wash away a lot of this. By next weekend, it should be dry.

I continue to take my meds, and my good friend Althea is zapping me with all kinds of white light and good energy. I’m definitely on the mend.

I spent the weekend reading–a decade behind the rest of the world, I finally read Mary Karr’s “The Liar’s Club”. What a

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