A gift for all dog lovers.
We got Graidy through a BC rescue outfit, so we don’t know his birthday. But they thought he was around 10 months when we got him, which would put him at around 14 years old now. He’s still going strong.
I don’t know about you, but I’m still reeling from the most distasteful and disturbing election cycle ever. And I’m deeply concerned for the bitterly divisive direction the whole world is taking. As though the Other who does not share our views is not just expressing a different view, but is painted to be Evil and All That’s Wrong With the World. This leaves no room for the opportunity for discussion, compassion, or understanding–never mind zero opportunity for real problem solving. It is madness and we need to figure out how to heal this profound rift.
So while my mind works on what I can personally do to start making this shift, I will leave you with my usual go-to when […]
Golden Era characters are a swinging to ‘Uptown Funk’ in this incredible mashup. It took Michael Binder hours of work to find the perfect clips that conveyed energy and passion. He scanned through hundreds of movies from 1953 and earlier to create this mind-blowing masterpiece.
Featuring Gene Kelly, Judy Garland, and Fred Astaire among other legends.
Recognizing ordinary dogs who do extraordinary things
Tomorrow night, 8pm (Eastern), Hallmark Channel
Don’t know about you, but I sure could use something uplifting and life-affirming. As if we need any further validation that our dogs often make our day in every way. : )
To say we are living in bazaar and difficult times is just a fact. Hand wringing and hurtling back anger and insults isn’t going to get us anywhere. We need to think about what we can do to change it. And change starts with understanding the difference between empathy and sympathy.