Living together; fighting cancer together: The Battle begins…

  It has certainly been a test of time, patience and self-restraint over the last few weeks; ergo my being a little elusive with my blogging as of late.  As much as I try to go with the flow and try to understand and put things into perspective as they arise; I can not seem to do it when it comes to the one thing in life that has no prejudices…Cancer.  Over the course of the years this disease has taken my family members and friends along the way….both 2 legged and 4.  I would gander a gue...
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I know, I know…

You get them up in the morning, feed them and get them ready for the day.  You pack a “to go” bag when leaving home.  You teach them languages and comprehension.  You teach them manners and don’t accept bad behavior; correcting it when it happens.  You reward them when they’ve done something good and the rest of the time you give them goodies for no other reason than you can.  You tell them to go lie down because it’s bedtime/nap time or just quiet time.  You get on the floor to play and w...
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Dog credited with saving baby’s life

This is just one of those feel good stories I had to post and share with you and re-enforces the fact that our dogs are much more in tune then we think. [youtube]http://youtu.be/BQvzKk9Tn0s[/youtube] PORTLAND, CT (WFSB) - A family in Portland is thanking their rescue dog for saving their infant daughter's life. "If Duke hadn't been so scared, we would have just gone to sleep," said Jenna Brousseau. On Sunday night, Duke, who was adopted nearly six years ago, jumped on the Broussea...
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