Monthly Archives: September 2011

Finally! Rain!

Not enough, but over an inch! Almost everyone was thrilled! The kids across the river had a ball . . . The dogs were overjoyed . . . The ducks got a well-needed bath . . . And Atticus said … Continue reading

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Of sharks and rednecks . . . and dogs

After being told multiple times not to swim into a cove that was so shark infested it looked like sharp-teethed teens swarming the Back to School day at the mall, this bone head stripped to his skivvies and dove right … Continue reading

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Performance is in the eye of the beholder . . .

What the hell is that? Chap asked, coming in the house. Since I was cooking chicken fried steaks, I was pretty sure he wasn’t talking to me. I followed his gaze to the Princess, where she was watching tv. “Oh,”‘ … Continue reading

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Yippee! The reviews for Dead Copy are in!

Sassy, sexy Cauley MacKinnon is dying to escape the obituary beat and become a reporter for the Austin Sentinel. She gets her chance when smokin’ hot FBI Agent Tom Logan asks her to pen a fake obit for a federal … Continue reading

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Take this job & shove it . . .

So, who was your worst boss ever? And wouldn’t this have been cool? Thanks to my buddy who sent me this–it brightened my day–would it be wrong to post this in the break room?   On Friday I took a … Continue reading

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Huge high on the *ick* factor-stay away from my hands, and my little girls!

The first time I saw the commercial for thisĀ  smarmy doctor with the self righteous smile, surrounded by his Stepford Family who appeared to be undersiege, I knew there was something terribly, terribly wrong. Does this family look like they … Continue reading

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Wildfire animals need help

The Texas fires, for the most part, are contained if not in control, and Chap and I have been pitching in to help area pet groups find and treat animals lost and wounded in the wildfires. Burned paws, legs, bellies … Continue reading

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