One sister stared at the other. Their mutual frustration was etched on their faces. “Well, I am sorry if your feelings are hurt, but I have no intention of changing my mind!” Sorry… not sorry. When trying to explain to the technician that the work he had done on my computer had actually made it […]
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Dana, Sparky’s foster mother, arrived with a skinny, shivery little bundle in her arms. She put him down in the front hallway, with lots of encouraging words and gentle pats. But, it didn’t help much. His tail was firmly tucked between his legs, his ears were back and he wanted nothing more than to crawl […]
What is going on? I am hearing such a consistent chorus of plaintive, frustrated voices. “I have an overwhelming feeling that I’m going to be robbed of time with my loved ones”. “Everything is roiling…churning and feeling unsettled”. “I keep having escape fantasies, imagining being able to run away from my life.” And on and […]
Ears shoot up, back hunches, hair rises and a growl starts deep in his chest… there is a rabbit in Sparky territory! Whoosh, off to the door, barking, clawing, ready to leap into action. I reach down and clip his leash line that stays permanently tied to the back porch steps. Open the door and […]
The motel was one of those old fashioned, single story places on the edge of a tiny town in heart of Louisiana. I was headed there late at night in the midst of a torrential rain storm—the kind where your windshield wipers simply keep time without making a dent in the solid curtain of water […]