- @MidwesternMind It does but it works amazingly and it's comfortable for them to wear. Without that collar, it would be a blood bath here. :( 1 hour ago
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Last week, on a beach walk with a visiting friend, we spoke of the big changes in our lives and how we were coping with the upheaval. Trish and her husband John had just been settling in to their Vernon … Continue reading
Unlike some other adoptees, who grew up under a cloud of abandonment issues, my “rootless” status always left me with a feeling of absolute possibility. My borders were not defined. I did not look at my parents and see my … Continue reading
Remember when it was cool to be a renaissance person? Yeah, neither do I. I have to find a job. A real one. Not something Prez and I invented. Not the kind where I work ten to twelve hours a … Continue reading
Packing. Again. On the move. Again. A thousand thousand thoughts swirl. Goodbyes and hellos. New friends left behind, reunions with old friends on the horizon. Even as I begin to mourn the loss of the ocean, I can see the … Continue reading
Hello from Chez Roney! Once again, Patty-Cakes and Martha have been kind (foolish) enough to take in the poor, the sick, the huddled masses. Or, well…us. And by sick, I do mean SICK. For those who have not been following … Continue reading
Hello again from Home! Spring has reluctantly gotten out of bed. With disheveled hair and eyes half closed, she is trudging to the kitchen to pour a coffee and contemplate the long day ahead. Spring’s To-Do list: 1. Remove snow … Continue reading