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Shaker

On New Year’s Day, we lost Shaker to colic……….not the way I would have liked to start the New Year.   He leaves a huge hole for both Jennifer and myself. He loved his forelock.  You did not mess with his “do”.  We might brush it into something that
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Howlidays Crafts Fair

Hope you join us for the annual Howlidays Crafts Fair. November 7 at Brightwater Center. from 1:00p.m. to 3:30p.m. Wine, Bake sale, animal communication and Healing Touch for Animals available http://www.greyhoundpetsinc.org/events/GreytHowlidaysFair2015/
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World Cup – Las Vegas 2015

We landed at the airport in Las Vegas.  As we headed to baggage claim, we heard a page for Nicholas Cage.  Welcome to Las Vegas and the FEI World Cup 2015!! What a wonderful adventure.  How many times do you get to see, in person, someone achieve a 94% in Freestyle Dressage??  Or watc
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Sadie

Sadie was an off the track thoroughbred.  Her registered name was Evan’s First.  She raced at 2 and 3 years old.  She had 11 starts, 1 win, 3 2nd place finishes and 2 3rd place finishes.  When she was 3 years old she was bred and had a foal that did not survive. She came to me when sh
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Paris

      13 Rue de Paix The Westminster Hotel Paris, France. The lobby with its chandelier and lovely flowers. Some of my earliest sights in France.  Down the street next to our hotel was a small Cartier jewelry store. We left Seattle approximately 10:30 in the morning. We were
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The Meat Racket: The Secret Takover of America’s Food by Christopher Leonard

I just finished reading “The Meat Racket: The Secret Takeover of America’s Food by Christopher Leonard. It was a very interesting read about Tyson Food in particular regarding what is called the “Chickenization of America. As Leonard says “before there is a chicken or an egg, there is
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Kelly

In January we lost our wonderful dog Kelly to Spinal Stenosis Joan Ranquet’s advanced animal communication class got to talk to her a month or so before her passing.  Kelly shared many memories with the class.  Memories with the kids growing up, how she always protected the kids
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Booker

Some time ago I talked to a cat named Booker.  He had not really been given much time to grieve when his owner got a new kitten. Booker wasn’t spending much time at home.  He would come home to eat and take a nap and then leave again.  He didn’t want to be petted, he didn&
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