The correct training of your two-legs… ‘specially visiting two-legses…is critical to their well-being. I thought I’d share my ten favourite tips for the establishment of proper pack behaviour… 1. Use advanced surveillance techniques. Never let them arrive unexpectedly. This gives you a unfair unique advantage. You, of course, will know long before your two-legs that […] … Continue reading TRAINING TIPS FROM A SMALL BLACK DOG
Garry has lived his life on the edge. These days, he likes being on the ledge. The one above the dam in the middle of town. You couldn't pay me to go out there, but he isn't afraid of heights. My heart is in my mouth (figuratively, not literally) every time he does this.
Before I put a finger on the keyboard, I admit this is probably heresy, at least to some people. On this day of days, one simply doesn't make fun of religious movies. But I do. Last night, Marilyn and I had our traditional viewing of "The Ten Commandments." Cecil B was, again, going for life-altering moments. But really, … Continue reading MOSES, MEL, AND ME
Would You Change Your Name? by Rich Paschall When I finally come around to writing a short story for SERENDIPITY, I usually get stalled at the beginning when I need to decide on character names. It seems to me that the name is important and certain names will convey certain feelings to the reader. So, … Continue reading WHAT’S IN A NAME?
A PHOTO A WEEK CHALLENGE: SIGNS This remains, after all these years, my favorite sign photo. Right in my own neighborhood. No idea to whom "them" refers. And a few others, just for fun: