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Ignore White and Fluffy At Your Peril

Author Photo, disturbing his rest I’d come to a dead end in my story, so I took my old dog on a long walk. My dog knew it was coming. All the signs were there: long pauses broken by dark mutters; frustrated paging back to figure out what went wrong; determined arranging of pens, markers, notebook. Initiating… Continue reading Ignore White and Fluffy At Your Peril

creativity · dogs · On Writing · walking

Lessons Learned in Walking With an Old Dog

Road filled with marvels, With smells, traces, history… Fascinating world! My twenty-three pound bichon frise (he’s huge for the breed, not fat) directs our morning walks. Some days, it’s a quick jaunt to the mailbox, while other days we meander a loop toward the small beach or embark on the even longer walk past the… Continue reading Lessons Learned in Walking With an Old Dog