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God created dogs

God created dogs

My dad sent this to me yesterday Any person who is an animal lover especially a dog can truly understand this video. Brings tears to my eyes actually. I blog about my dogs often because they are members of my family. They are my kids who give unconditional love at all times. They ask for so little in return other than food (ok well maybe mine beg) and a little attention. They always keep me company and they don’t talk…

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Thankful for Marshmallow and Zoey

Thankful for Marshmallow and Zoey

It is weeks like this I am so happy I have dogs. This was not my greatest week, coming off of my infusion Rituxan infusion complete, having the allergic reaction Allergic reaction to Rituxan and truthfully feeling slightly depressed and they just continued to bring a smile to my face daily. I love their unconditional love they give but I hope they feel the unconditional love I give back. When I was crabby and at a loss of patience for…

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Happy Mother’s Day to my mom

Happy Mother’s Day to my mom

I’m happy to put this week to an end. It was a rough one for me This is not my week. My stomach is still off but I’m happy to report no accidents for one day. A small miracle. It is like an early Mother’s Day present for me. My daughter won’t be home from school for Mother’s Day. However my adopted children will give me lots of love Mother’s come in all different packages. You can be a mom…

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Unconditional love of my daily pet therapy

Unconditional love of my daily pet therapy

I don’t understand how people don’t want the unconditional love of a pet. I think everybody should be pet people either dog or cat. I’ve had them both. Some of my cats were prissy, but most were very affectionate. Although my cat’s affection was nothing like my dogs. When I had by cats, and I had six at one point, my dad always said you’re a dog person. He was right. Not to mention that I’m actually allergic to cats…

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How much I love my dogs…

How much I love my dogs…

Let’s start with a happy Friday. I appreciate Friday also, the weekend still is the weekend for me. This was a long week and I’m glad it’s over. Next week is not much better, so you might hear this again. I’m sitting in my usual spot gazing at the water. It isn’t sunny but that fog isn’t here either. I got both my babies with me My Marshmellow is making me a bit nervous. He wouldn’t eat his dinner yesterday….

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Boomer, my English bulldog a year past

Boomer, my English bulldog a year past

First I wish everyone a very merry Christmas. Where I am, it’s a white Christmas. I woke up to this… However beautiful today is, it also marks a year since my Boomer passed away. He was my first dog I ever had. It hit me very hard when he passed because I wasn’t expecting it. He waited for me to come home and I was so fortunate to see his last breath leave his body. At the time I didn’t…

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Life with one puppy, one senior dog and one high school senior

Life with one puppy, one senior dog and one high school senior

Zoey, the puppy, is now 6 months old. She is accident free about 95% of the time, chewing on things she shouldn’t about 95% of the time and adorable 100% of the time. I forgot how challenging it can be with a puppy because my youngest dog before her is now 8.  I don’t know if this is all puppies or just her but she is obsessed with my coffee. I will have to throw my couch soon because she’s…

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Boomer a life of love and grace

Boomer a life of love and grace

Good morning and happy Sunday. I had a very beautiful  Course of Miracles lesson today: By grace I live, by grace I am released By grace I give, by grace I will release Today my sister is having a memorial for my deceased dog Boomer. My sister, mom and step dad don’t really love animals. They understand that I love my dogs and they all understood how my heart broke when Boomer died. As my sister said it, my soul…

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